To add your custom app page to Salesforce1 and Lightning Experience, you must activate it. You can also rename the Lightning Page tab, adjust its visibility, set its position in the Salesforce1 navigation list, and add it to a Lightning app. The Lightning App Builder’s activation feature makes this process easy.
|Available in: both Salesforce Classic and Lightning Experience|
Available in: Group, Professional, Enterprise, Performance, Unlimited, and Developer Editions
|To create and save Lightning Pages in the Lightning App Builder||“Customize Application”|
|To view Lightning Pages in the Lightning App Builder||“View Setup and Configuration”|
You can activate your app page for either Salesforce1, Lightning Experience, or both.
To open your app page, from Setup, enter Lightning App Builder in the Quick Find box, select Lightning App Builder, and then click Edit next to the page.
In the Lightning App Builder, click Activation.
Update the activation properties, if desired.
- Change the page’s custom tab label. By default, the label that you give the Lightning Page is used as the label for its custom tab.
- Change the custom tab’s icon. The icon that you choose here is used as the icon for the app in Salesforce1 and for the page in Lightning Experience.
- Adjust the custom tab’s visibility if you’re activating the page for the first time.
Add the page to one or more custom Lightning apps.
You must create a custom Lightning app before you can add your app page to Lightning Experience.
Set the page’s position in the Salesforce1 navigation list.
To have your page appear in the Apps section of the Salesforce1 navigation list, put the tab below Smart Search Items.
Your Lightning Page is now ready for your Salesforce1 and Lightning Experience users!