Build Your Own Salesforce App
An app is a collection of items that work together to serve a particular function.Salesforce apps come in two flavors: Classic apps and Lightning apps.
Classic apps are created and managed in Salesforce Classic. Lightning apps are created and managed in Lightning Experience. You can customize both types of app to match the way your users work.
Creating the App In Three Different Way:
- In Setup mode, select Build > Create > Apps
- In the Apps section, click New
- Check Custom app and click Next
- Enter Expenses for both the App Label and App Name, and click Next
- Accept the default App Logo and click Next
- Add the Expenses tab to the Selected Tabs and click Next
- Check the Visible checkbox for the System Administrator profile and click Save
- Click on Setup
- type App in Search Quick Find / Search Box
- Select App from below search result
- Finally, follow the above steps from the second points.
Refer below image for Reference…
- Click on Setup
2. Click on Add App As shown in above image
3. After clicking on the Add App button you’ll get to see one Pop-up named as App Quick Start
4. Fill all the fields of App Quick Start as shown in below image and Click on create
4. After filling up this all fields your App will get create Successfully.
These are the THREE Differents way to create an App. So choose your best way. I recommend you to use THIRD WAY because this is the easiest way to create an App.
Below is the view of App In Classic as well as in Lightning:
have a look at: Best Explained: Salesforce Classic VS Lightning Experience?
When you choose an app, your screen changes to reflect the contents of that app. For example, if you switch from an app that contains Opportunities to another app that doesn’t, the Opportunities item disappears. In addition, the app might display a different default landing tab when selected.
Apps are associated with profiles. Profiles control which tabs you can see or hide, as well as which apps are available to you.
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