Service Catalog customization Service Catalog enables you to customize the catalog in various ways. Cart layoutService catalog enables catalog administrators to configure the layout and functionality of the service catalog cart used in your organization to place requests for catalog items.Define item quantity choicesIn the Service Catalog, the default quantity choices are 1–5. You can configure the quantity selector with additional choices.Remove item restrictionsService Catalog enables you to remove or apply restrictions on all order guides, record producers, and wizard launchers.Using variables for price setupYou can define a price for every service catalog item. The price or recurring price of a catalog item can be modified with variables, increasing the base price for that item.Set a recurring priceA catalog item can have a recurring price in addition to an initial price.Extend the pricing modelThe pricing model is useful if you want the price or recurring price to be dynamically calculated based on how a user completes the ordering form. You can extend the pricing model of a catalog item by editing the item price or the recurring price. Hiding prices in the service catalogAdministrators can configure options to hide catalog item prices in the service catalog for listings of specific items, for specific types of items, or for all items.Enable bulk requestsBulk requests enable a customer to create up to ten copies (clones) of the same Service Catalog request, for different users, without having to enter the same information multiple times. Create scriptsService Catalog enables you to use certain scripts.Service catalog home page configurationThe home page for a service catalog provides the primary front end for ordering items within that catalog. You can configure various elements of the pages within the Service Catalog.Configure mobile devicesWhen you configure Service Catalog on a mobile device, you can define the layout and presentation of catalogs. You can then perform actions such as ordering products and services, submit incidents and problems using record producers. Using the content management system with the service catalogUse the content management system (CMS) to create a custom interface for the service catalog.Configure the My Requests module under Self-ServiceCreate request filters to configure incidents, requests, or tasks in the My Requests module.