The Workspace ONE user portal is made up of a Catalog tap and a Bookmarks tab. When users sign in to their Workspace ONE portal the first time, a blank Bookmarks page displays.

After the first launch, users are taken directly to the last tab visited. If users prefer to always launch from the Catalog tab, they always can use the Catalog view.

Figure 1. Initial View of Bookmarks Page

From the catalog, users can open or install web, mobile, and virtual applications that they are entitled to. They can select the ribbon icon to bookmark the application. You can organize resources into logical categories to make it easier for users to locate the resource they need in their Workspace ONE portal.


Mobile applications are not available from the desktop browsers.

Figure 2. Workspace ONE Catalog Page

Users can launch web applications as follows.

  • From the Bookmarks tab. Users click on the application icon to launch the application.

  • From the Catalog tab. Users click on the box with the arrow icon to open the application.

  • From Spotlight Search or Search within Workspace ONE. From the Spotlight Search on iOS devices, users select the application icon from the list. From the Workspace ONE search, users click the box with the arrow icon to open the application.

To launch installed native applications, users click on the application icon in the iOS springboard.

Users can access the Workspace ONE settings from the drop-down arrow next to their name.

  • Account. The profile information for the user, including their name, username, and email address.

  • Devices. The list of devices that have signed into the Workspace ONE application and the last login date and time.

  • App Tips. Tips about navigating Workspace ONE from the user's device.

  • About. Workspace ONE copyright, patent, and license information.

  • Preferences. The default launch setting when Horizon remote applications are accessed, either view the application from the Horizon Client or from a browser.

Users tap the Workspace ONE app icon on their devices to sign in to their apps portal. If they have book marked applications, the Bookmarks page displays. The Workspace ONE application on devices includes links to Support and to Settings.

Figure 3. Device View of Workspace ONE Portal
  • The Support page includes a link to Devices and to Send Report. The Devices page shows when they last logged in to the device. Send Report offers the user a way to send diagnostics information or other feedback to you. Users can turn this feature off or on from their device settings.

  • The Settings page shows the version of the Workspace ONE app and the VMware Workspace privacy policy. Users can remove the account from the Settings page to log out of the Workspace ONE application.