Service catalog home page configuration The 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. Administrators and catalog administrators can design a home page in any of the following ways. Customizing the catalog home page. Adding, removing, and arranging categories. Enabling content types. Using catalog properties to provide additional control over behavior and appearance. Using renderers to define the appearance of categories. Note: End users can access the catalog through the customizable user home page, or with content management pages that use content blocks for categories. Configure content typesYou can configure content types for the service catalog.Configure search and navigationYou can use service catalog properties to configure search and navigation within the service catalog homepage.Configure previewConfigure the number of items that have the Preview section expanded to display item details.Create a rendererCreate or modify renderers using UI macros to provide the rendering instructions.Customize a catalog homepageCustomize a catalog homepage to provide end users with access to catalogs from one homepage.Customize the multi-catalog homepageCustomize the multi-catalog homepage to provide end users with access to multiple catalogs from one homepage.Configure keyword search for catalog itemsWhen you search for a catalog item by a keyword in Service Catalog, the search results are displayed by considering a few fields of the catalog table. If the keyword does not have exact matches, its closest matches are displayed as Did you mean suggestions. This search functionality is also applicable in Service Portal. Show item details in collapsible sectionsService Catalog enables you to change the number of items that display in the preview.Show item details using pop-up iconsService Catalog enables you to view item details using a Preview link, which expands the items details below the item.Hide the existing categories in the categories displayService Catalog enables you to hide the other categories where a specific item also exists.