Kapps are like containers within a space, allowing administrators to organize forms and workflows together and delegate the management of them with ease. Common examples of Kapps are a ticketing systems, case management systems, customer portals or self service portals. Each of these have a distinct user experience and workflows that Kapps help keep organized.
Each created Kapp will has its own management section which allows Kapp builders & owners to configure and view the kapps subcomponents like:
- Kapp Settings
- Form Types
- Security Definitions
- Category Definitions
- Attribute Definitions for Kapps, Categories, and Forms
Settings within the Kapp scope (like categories, form types, and security definitions) are only available within that one Kapp and aren't shared between Kapps.
Updated 7 months ago