Use the featured application option to set a few select applications apart from other applications and to highlight specific applications within the AirWatch Catalog for your end users.

Note: In past Workspace ONE UEM versions, you could set trending apps and featured categories using the Featured Apps page. However, these options are deprecated at this time, but are being worked on for future releases. To highlight categories, you can use the Pinned Categories option in the Catalog settings.

What can you do with the Featured Applications settings page?

With the Featured Applications settings page, you can:

  • The AirWatch Catalog lists featured apps in the main list of applications. You can feature public and internal applications.
  • Define the settings and policies used by the application.
  • Enable the general settings for the application.

Determine your Organization group hierarchy

Before you review and modify the settings, understand the two types of inheritance/override options for the organization group hierarchy available at the top and bottom of the settings page and determine your choice. For more information about these settings, see Override Versus Inherit Setting for Organization Groups.
  • Current Setting - Select whether to Inherit or Override the displayed settings. Inherit means use the settings of the current organization group's parent OG, while Override enables the settings for editing so you can modify the current OG's settings directly.
  • Child Permission - Select the available behavior of child organization groups that exist below the currently selected organization group. Inherit only means child OGs are only allowed to inherit these settings. Override only means they override the settings, and Inherit or Override means you can choose to inherit or override settings in child OGs that exist below the currently selected OG.

Supported Platforms and App Types

You can configure Featured Applications for the following platforms:

  • Android
    • Internal applications
    • Public applications
  • Apple iOS
    • Internal applications
    • Public applications

Configuring Featured Applications