Application navigator The application navigator, or left navigation bar, provides access to all applications and the modules they contain, enabling users to quickly find information and services. An application is a group of modules, or pages, that provide related information and functionality in an instance. For example, the Incident application contains modules for creating and viewing incidents. The Configuration Management application contains modules for configuring servers, databases, and networks. In UI16, the application navigator also provides access to favorites and recently viewed items. Administrators can customize the application navigator to provide different modules by user role, modify or define applications and modules, and change its appearance. The following video provides more information on the application navigator: User Interface | Application Navigator Navigate directly to a tableYou can use commands in the navigation filter to navigate directly to the list, form, or configuration view of a table.Create or modify a menu listIn UI15 and UI11, it is possible to switch menu lists, providing different perspectives of the applications and modules. You can create or edit these menu lists using the Menu List table.Enable or disable an application menu or moduleYou can enable (show) or disable (hide) an application menu or module in the application navigator.Add an application menu to a categoryThere are two methods for adding an application menu to a category.Create an application menuApplication menus define the main content that users can access in the application navigator. You can configure which applications appear in the application navigator.Create a moduleModules are the children, or the second tier navigation options to the applications in the application navigator. Modules often link to other pages or records in the platform.You can configure which modules appear in the application navigator using Application Menus module.