The New User Interface of SAP Fiori Launchpad; Spaces and Pages

SAP Fiori Launchpad has introduced a significant enhancement by replacing groups with spaces and pages. This new UI paradigm offers a more organized and intuitive way for users to access applications and content within the Fiori Launchpad. This blog will comprehend what spaces and pages are, their relevance in the interface, benefits over the previous group-based approach, and a general overview of items available on the Fiori Launchpad.

User Interface of SAP Fiori Launchpad; Spaces and Pages

Spaces and pages are structural elements introduced in the new UI design of SAP Fiori Launchpad. A space can be thought as a container that groups related content and applications. Within each space, you have multiple pages, which serve as navigational units to categorize and organize content.

Spaces and pages allows users to navigate through different levels of content easily. For example, a space can represent a department within an organization (such as HR, Finance, Sales), while pages within that space can represent specific topics or workflows related to that department.

The shift from groups to spaces and pages offers several advantages. One key benefit is improved organization and categorization of content. Users can now have a more structured view of applications and information, making it easier to locate and access relevant resources. Additionally, spaces and pages provide a scalable framework that can accommodate growing content without cluttering the interface.

The new UI of SAP Fiori Launchpad with spaces and pages contributes to an enhanced user experience. Users can customize their spaces and pages based on their preferences and assigned job roles, creating a personalized workspace tailored to their needs. This level of customization may increase productivity and efficiency by allowing access to critical applications and data.

"Accounts Payable" and "Sales Management" are business roles that are assigned to the user therefore "Spaces"

Under "Accounts Payable" there are pages; "Supplier Invoice" and "Purchasing Rebates"

In addition to spaces and pages, the Fiori Launchpad offers various other elements such as tiles, apps, and notifications. Tiles serve as entry points to applications or specific functionalities, providing a visually appealing and interactive way for users to launch tasks. Apps represent individual applications that users can access within the Launchpad, offering a seamless integration of different SAP and third-party applications.

The introduction of spaces and pages in the SAP Fiori Launchpad is a big step towards enhancing usability, organization, and personalization. By leveraging these structural elements along with tiles, apps, and notifications, SAP Fiori empowers users with a modern and intuitive interface that supports productivity, efficiency, and a delightful user experience.

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