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PeopleSoft Fluid User Interface Capabilities

July 27, 2017 | Candice Carden, Brian Morrison

Delivered with PeopleTools 8.54 and up the PeopleSoft Fluid UI is more than just page rendering.  It’s a holistic interaction model that supports device hand off beyond just mobile.  Fluid UI is responsive on all devices and allows for a simplified user and self-service experience.  PeopleSoft has historically been extremely difficult to access and navigate via hand held devices, but with the Fluid UI users can engage with an updated and more modern UX.


  • Cross device compatibility for multi-platform mobility: Ability to use a single interface across multiple devices
  • Role Based Home Pages: Base for users to navigate to their work that can be defined by their role
  • Unified Navigation that is Visual and Intuitive: Common user interface across multiple devices regardless of screen size
  • Tiles and Notification Framework: The Fluid UI contains a grouplet called tiles, similar concept to a pagelet, tiles provide navigation.  Depending on how tiles are designed they can also convey information based on the users role.  The Notification Framework is a widget on the home page that is updated with alerts from all connected applications, it shows all the items requiring attention, allowing the user to view or act on the these items from the notification window without navigating around the system.


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