Network Managers can dictate how apps are organized on iPads with the Home Screen Layout configuration profile payload. Apps can be put on multiple pages and folders can be created to further organize similar apps.
In the Dock Layout section, you can specify which apps appear on the Dock at the bottom of an iPad. The following will demonstrate how to add Safari to the Dock, but any number of apps or folders can be added.
If only one app is added to the Dock layout below, only that app will appear on the Dock and nothing else.
Note: To re-order items added to the Dock, use the Up/Down arrows to the right.
The following will demonstrate how to organize pages of apps and a folder. For this example, we will create a folder called Apple and place the Calendar app inside.
Note: if you do not specifically assign apps to pages/folders in this section, Jamf will automatically move those apps to their own page.
Note: Jamf automatically adds a Page 1 layout for you.
Note: It is highly recommended that you scope the to a test iPad before mass deploying the Home Screen Layout profile.