Navigation and Actions: What’s Not Available in Salesforce1 | Salesforce
Navigation and Actions: What’s Not Available in Salesforce1
On most devices, the Salesforce1 mobile app is supported on portrait orientation only. The one exception is when using the Salesforce1 downloadable app on iPad tablets, where both portrait and landscape orientation are supported.
The mobile browser app interface does rotate into landscape orientation but isn’t guaranteed to work in this orientation.
The App Launcher isn’t available. You can’t switch between standard or custom apps in Salesforce1. The navigation menu gives you access to all of the objects and apps that are available to you in the mobile app.
The Lightning Experience utility bar isn’t available in Salesforce1.
The top-down tab-key order, which allows users viewing a record detail page to move through a column of fields from top to bottom before moving focus to the top of the next column of fields, isn’t supported in Salesforce1. Even if a page layout is configured for a top-down tab-key order, Salesforce1 moves from left-to-right through field columns.
Most actions, including quick actions, productivity actions, and standard and custom buttons, are displayed in the action bar or list item actions in Salesforce1.
The Save & New button isn’t available in Salesforce1.
If you use URL custom buttons to pass parameters to standard pages in Salesforce Classic—such as pre-populating fields when creating a record—this behavior doesn’t work in Salesforce1.
There are a few differences between the Send Email quick action in Salesforce and the standard Email action in Case Feed:
Users can’t switch between the rich text editor and the plain text editor in a Send Email action.
Templates aren’t supported in the Send Email action.
Quick Text isn’t available in the Send Email action.
The Send Email action doesn’t support attachments.
Users can’t save messages as drafts when using the Send Email action.
Users can’t edit or view the From field in the Send Email action.