One of the new Rome release features that I have personally been most excited about, Mobile App Builder, is now available! Built on the Now Experience UI Framework, the organizational layout and ease of navigation in the Mobile App Builder facilitates a faster and more intuitive creation of ServiceNow mobile components. Some benefits are: Organization of records in a hierarchical layout of records for easy access and reference. Streamlining of mobile configurations by: guiding users to appropriate record relationships, preventing invalid configuration choices, and auto-populating fields when creating child-record relationships.
The Rome release is coming! This is your chance to find out what hot new platform features are coming to make building on the platform easier than ever before. Join us as we take a look at some new features as well as updates to your favorites to make them even better! Topics 00:00 Welcome and introductions 06:14 App Engine 12:27 WebUX 19:34 Development and configuration 24:14 Workflows and integrations 28:55 Security 32:03 Platform foundation 36:57 Poll and Q & A 40:35 Takeaways and next episode 42:25 Reference information 42:50 Final Q & A Links Docs: Rome release notes Break Point podcast Community Developer portal Now Learning About: TechNow is a monthly show for ServiceNow admins, developers, and builders on a wide variety of platform features.
Take your mobile ServiceNow experience up a notch with mobile card actions. Join the team as they bring back David Murch and Rayan Bouajram from the mobile team to demonstrate the various features of mobile card actions and how they can save people time. Topics 00:00 Start 01:20 Introductions/announcements 04:09 Mobile card builder and actions overview 05:25 Accessing mobile card builder 06:43 Configuring templates 09:05 Adding/configuring a single action button 21:11 Adding/configuring a multi action button 26:33 Overriding buttons on the card 30:45 Beyond Quebec & final questions 34:25 Closing comments Links Creator Toolbox: Mobile Card Builder Docs: Mobile Card Builder (Q) About: Creator Toolbox is a weekly show provided by the ServiceNow Developer Program.
Topic: Topic: Brad Tilton shows us how to create parameter screens to make input easier on the mobile app. About: Live Coding Happy Hour is a weekly show provided by the ServiceNow Developer Program. Each week join as the Developer Advocate team along with guests work on a developing and enhancing real applications with unscripted and unprepared examples. See how experts at ServiceNow problem solve and learn new parts of the Now Platform.
Topic: On this episode, join Chuck, and Brad as they explore he new mobile card builder in Quebec. Prior to this release, you could pick from a variety of pre-built card layouts. Now with Q, you can finally design your own! About: Creator Toolbox is a weekly show provided by the ServiceNow Developer Program. Each Tuesday, join the Developer Advocate team and guests as they showcase the platform tools you need to get your job done quickly.
Quebec continues to enhance the mobile client features with some really cool stuff that will increase adoption to your end users. Here are a few of my favorites (and what I am most looking forward to when GA becomes available.) Advanced Search (AI Search) AI Search provides a more consumer-like experience across the platform. It is available on the instance as well as the mobile platform to produce more accurate search results than the traditional (Zing) keyword based search.
The Paris release brought many new features and enhancements to our Mobile functionality on the Now Platform. This post will highlight the top features in Paris that ServiceNow developers should be aware of. Mobile Filter Enhancement Before Paris, any filtering users did in the mobile application in lists and map applets happened on the client-side. That meant that they could only filter against the columns shown in a list and the data in the current pagination.
It’s Paris mobile week here on the developer blog, and my favorite new mobile feature in Paris is Actionable Push Notifications. These actionable push notifications allow the mobile app user to take an action by hitting a button on the notification itself without having to open the app or a browser. The most obvious use case for this is being able to approve or reject an approval directly from a push notification, similarly to how notification mailto templates have allowed you to approve directly from an email for a long time.
We hope everyone has been enjoying the Knowledge 20 Digital Experience and great deal of associated content over the past 5 weeks. Since there is so much content it can be difficult to browse specific topics or know where to focus, so we want to help by calling out some of that content in a series of posts. This post is focused on all of the sessions we found related to Mobile broken down by session type.
Offline for Mobile As promised we will cover more of the Madrid mobile features. Today we will look at the ability to configure and use offline abilities in the new mobile application. Offline on mobile devices opens up the locations and types of applications that can be deployed to your workforce. The offline mode must be installed by ServiceNow, which means you need to use HI to request the plugin for customer instances.