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Setting up App Inventory

The App inventory in Hexnode acts as a repository where you can add apps of your choice. Hexnode UEM supports the addition of platform-exclusive store apps, custom enterprise apps, web apps and Managed Google apps. Deploy these apps to your enrolled devices via a remote action or by associating a policy. App inventory lets you manage all your different kinds of apps in the same place. Click on the Apps tab in the portal to see the App inventory. You can filter, sort or search the app list.

Add apps to App Inventory

To add apps to the repository, click on the +Add Apps button under the Apps tab. It provides 5 options to add apps:

  1. Store App
  2. Web App
  3. Enterprise App
  4. With Bundle ID
  5. Managed Google App

Choose any of the options listed above. Add relevant data corresponding to each of them and click Add. The newly added apps will be listed in your app inventory.

Notes:

  1. The app list can be sorted by App name, Publisher, Category, Platform, Price, Latest Version, Version Code, License, App Type, No. of Devices and Upload Status.
  2. The list can also be filtered on the basis of App Type, App Category, License Type, Upload Status and App Platform.

Managing App inventory in Hexnode UEM

Managing App Inventory in Hexnode

To edit the columns shown on the App Inventory table, press the Edit-columns button (Pencil icon). This will bring up a pop-up window with all available columns applicable to the app table. Check or uncheck columns as required and confirm by clicking OK.

To filter the App Inventory list, enable the checkbox for the options to apply, one at a time. The page will refresh automatically with the updated list.

To search for an app, type the app name in the search-bar and press Enter or click on the Search icon.

Delete apps from app inventory

  1. Navigate to Apps.
  2. Select the apps which are to be deleted from the App Inventory.
  3. Click on the Delete button.
  4. Confirm your action by entering your password.
Note:


Deleting an app from App Inventory will also remove the app from all the App Groups. The policies already deployed with these app groups will automatically remove the app from the associated groups.