They could not be happier with the new look and feel of the intuitive navigation Fluid provides.
The PeopleSoft Fluid User Interface is a responsive interface that dynamically adapts according to the size of the browser window on various devices (smartphone, desktop, laptop, or tablet). Oracle delivers Fluid pages for a variety of Campus Solutions self-service transactions.
What we’ve found is that it’s so easy to drill down to information that used to take several clicks in the classic view, even if you knew the navigation path.
Although, some administrative tasks still require using the classic navigation, the new 9.2 upgrades are all about YOU vs. just another technical upgrade.
Homepages are collections of tiles that users select to access transactions. A homepage can display different tiles on different form factors.
Users can have multiple homepages. The main Fluid Home provides access to all of these homepages. The Fluid Home appears when users sign into the system in Fluid mode (that is, when users sign in from a mobile device or, if Fluid is enabled for desktop devices, from a browser that supports Fluid pages). Users can additionally access the Fluid Home by selecting Fluid Home from the Classic menu.
The Fluid Home initially displays the user’s default homepage. To access a different homepage, the user selects the homepage title and then selects a different homepage from the list that appears.
Selecting a tile on a homepage opens the corresponding transaction. Most of the delivered tiles open Fluid pages, but a few open Classic pages.
Homepage tiles can also display dynamic information. Depending on how the homepage and tiles are set up, users may be able to choose which tiles appear on each homepage.
Campus Solutions delivers the following homepages, which are described in these topics:
- Using the Student Homepage
- Using the Applicant Homepage
- Using the Contributor Relations Homepage
- Using the Campus Solutions Administrator Homepage
Look for Campus Solutions videos on the Oracle Higher Education channel on YouTube.