Mobile experience set up for admins As an administrator, configure the mobile experience for your users to access an instance on a tablet or smartphone. Requirements Configuration for the mobile experience takes place in a regular desktop instance. Most of the configuration options are available for both the native mobile app and the mobile web experience. Use the native app or the mobile web to test your configuration. Role required admin Before you begin Take the following into consideration before configuring the mobile experience: What applications and modules do you want to be accessible from a mobile device? How do you want mobile lists to appear on a mobile device? Which users or roles should have access to Connect Chat? What to do Activate the mobile interface If you are using the native mobile app, download the app from the iTunes store or from the Google Play store. Make sure you are on an instance using Geneva patch 6 or higher to use the Android app. If you are accessing an instance on a mobile device or tablet from the web, activate the mobile web interface. Configure the application menu Determine which applications and modules you want to appear in the mobile application navigator. Set up mobile lists Use the table titles configuration option to determine the length of a title in a mobile list, as well as the default fields that appear in a table. Customize sortable columns in a mobile list. Configure available search fields. Define homepage favorites Set up the default homepage favorites for your users. Configure Connect Chat for mobile Determine which users or roles need access to Connect Chat on a mobile device. Configure mobile UI properties Disable the mobile or tablet browser UI. Define devices that use the smartphone interface. Configure additional theming options. Configure the tablet UI Use tablet UI properties to allow access to the table UI, determine which devices have access to the tablet UI, and perform some basic custom theming. Configure UI actions to determine the functionality allowed on a tablet. Configure tablets to run the smartphone interface in place of the tablet interface. Next steps Most configuration items for the mobile UI are optional. Click any of the topics below for additional configuration. Activate the mobile web interfaceMobile web interfaces are automatically active on new instances. For instances upgrading from an earlier version, an administrator can activate the Mobile UI plugin (com.glide.ui.m) if it is not already active.Smartphone interface application navigatorAdministrators can define which application menus and modules are available on the smartphone interface application navigator.Configure the mobile list layoutConfigure the way forms display in the mobile UI.Configure mobile list search fieldsConfigure search fields to determine what fields are searched for in the table. If search fields aren't configured, only the columns in the mobile list layout are searched. Define a new smartphone table titleAdministrators can define unique titles for all tables viewed in the smartphone interface. This can be useful for creating shorter display values to accommodate the smaller screen size of the smartphone.Define default smartphone home page favoritesYou can configure the default items for the Favorites area of the mobile home page, including the colors and icons used.Configure Connect Chat for mobileConfigure Connect Chat to show or hide on the mobile app homepage.Configure the blur app optionAs a security feature, administrators can configure the mobile app to blur when not in focus on a mobile device.Online smartphone helpThe smartphone interface includes several help screens that can be used as is or modified to suit your users' needs.Enable UI policies for the smartphone interfaceUI policies can be defined to run on forms on the smartphone interface, the desktop UI, or both.Enable client scripts for the smartphone interfaceClient scripts can be defined to run on forms on the smartphone interface, the desktop UI, or both.Enable mobile location and barcode scanningTake advantage of mobile devices by allowing location and barcode scanning in the mobile app. Smartphone interface UI actionsUI actions function the same on the smartphone interface as on desktop interface, but are keyed off a different table: UI Action - Mobile [sys_ui_ng_action].Define devices that use the smartphone interfaceUsers with the admin role can define the devices that use the smartphone interface.Administering the tablet UIAdministrators can define whether the tablet UI is available and certain aspects of its appearance with a series of system properties.