After deploying applications, you can confirm their assignment and installation from the Workspace ONE UEM console. You can also manage application versions and deploy new updated applications. Use access policies to manage access to SaaS applications.
Basics of Managing Applications
You have many views and pages available to manage applications.
General Pages – Native List View, Details View, and Manage Devices
Use the Native List View as a central location to sort, filter, and search for data so you can perform management functions on internal, public, purchased, and web applications. See Native List View Option Descriptions for Applications for options displayed in the Native List View.
Use the Details View for internal applications as an alternative page to perform management functions and audit information about the application. See Details View for Internal Applications Setting Descriptions for options displayed in the Details View.
Use the Manage Devices option to install and remove many applications at once, to notify many devices at once, and to reinvite users to the Apple Volume Purchase Program (VPP). See Configure Manage Devices for details on available options.
Specialized Pages – Manage Feedback, User Ratings, View Logs, and SDK Analytics
Use the Manage Feedback option to request, clear, and view feedback for applications that run on Apple iOS 7+. See Configure Manage Feedback for configurations.
View user ratings and comments and delete user comments about applications on the User Ratings page. See Configure User Ratings for listed options.
Use the View Logs feature to access available log files pertaining to your SDK applications and wrapped applications. See Configure View Logs for Internal Applications .
Display events and data use information for applications that use SDK functionality. Workspace ONE UEM reports event analytics by the application ID and event name and data use analytics by device. For descriptions of event and data analytics and to know how to export the data from the console, see Access SDK Analytics Apps That Use SDK Functionality.
Application Longevity Management
Application longevity depends on the application's status as active or inactive. See Active and Inactive Status for an explanation of these states.
Delete, Retire, and Deactivate
You might occasionally need to delete applications to free up space and to remove unused applications. For a description of the delete function and for suggestions to alternatives to the delete function, see The Delete Option Description and Its Alternatives.
To remove all versions from devices at a specific organization group and all children organization groups, you can deactivate an application. See The Deactivate Option Description and the Relation to Other Active Versions for information about this alternative to the delete function.
You can retire an application and this action has several outcomes depending on the push mode, application status, and the enabling of the Retire Previous Version option. See The Retire Option Description and the Relation to Application Lifecycle Components for information about this alternative to the delete function.
You can version internal applications to test these applications in the text box. For information on versioning and its uses, see Internal App Versions in Workspace ONE UEM.
Access policies secure SaaS applications by mapping requesting IP addresses to network ranges before allowing users access. These policies also designate the type of devices that users can use to access SaaS applications. For information, see Use Access Policies with SaaS Applications.