On the Display Tab, App Admins can name and define up to 12 additional colors for use within section color configurations in the App. Each color row has a name, the hex code of the color, and an edit button.
Enabling App Colors
By default, all 12 App Colors will be disabled. In order for the App Colors to be displayed as an option in a Color drop-down on a section, they must first be enabled by an App Admin.
- On the Display tab in your App, select the pencil (edit) icon under the Actions column for the App Color you would like to enable.
- (Optional) Edit the Name that will be displayed for the App Color.
- Enter the hex code in the color field, or choose from the palette by selecting the icon and clicking ‘Set’.
- Choose ‘Save’ to enable the App Color in the App.
Disabling App Colors
To disable App Colors from an App, open the Edit Color dialog via the Actions edit icon. Selecting ‘Reset to Default’ will clear out the name and hex code for the App Color and return them to the Default values. Any App Colors that have been disabled (or not enabled) will have their text greyed out in the list.
Utilizing App Colors
When App Colors have been enabled in an App, they will be available for selection as the color for Card sections. A few key things to note when using App Colors within your solution:
- When an App Color is updated by an App Admin, the change will be displayed on the Card immediately.
- When an App color is reset to default (disabled), the Card will update to display the original default color for the end users immediately. On the template, the color that has been disabled is no longer displayed as an option.
- On App Upgrade, all App Colors prior to upgrade will be overwritten.