Jedox uses report-specific tags to enforce certain behavior on mobile devices, such as hiding reports on devices for which they weren’t optimized or enforcing a certain orientation (landscape/portrait) for opening reports in Jedox Mobile. These tags help you design reports that best fit the target-device specifications. Tags for reports are by default only valid for the user setting the tag. The only exception to this rule is that the tags implemented by the “Admin” user can also be seen by all end-users on their mobile devices.
For more information on how to create and add tags, see Tags in Jedox Web.
Tags in Jedox Mobile
The following tags are currently supported in Jedox Mobile:
|phone||if “Filter by device” option is turned on in Jedox Mobile settings, only reports with this tag are shown in the app on mobile phone devices.|
|tablet||if “Filter by device” option is turned on in Jedox Mobile settings, only reports with this tag are shown in the app on tablet devices.|
|landscape||Reports with this tag open in landscape orientation in Jedox Mobile. Note: this tag is only supported for iPhone, not iPad.|
|portrait||Reports with this tag open in portrait orientation in Jedox Mobile. Note: this tag is only supported for iPhone, not iPad.|
|Reports tagged with mobile_favorite appear in the Favorites menu. This tag is handy for frequently viewed reports.|
|Reports with this tag don’t show the Sheet Selector Tab control in Jedox Mobile. If you only use one sheet in your workbook or want to hide all but the first sheet, you can activate this tag to hide the Sheet Selector Tab control for this report in Jedox Mobile.|
|disable_scrolling||Does not display scroll bars or allow for scrolling web reports when displaying on mobile devices.|
|disable_mobile_zoom||Does not allow for zooming in when displaying web reports on a mobile device.|
|default_report||Reports with this tag load automatically in Jedox web after login.
Note: it is not recommended to use this tag on more than one report. In this case, the first report in alphabetical order is loaded automatically.