Tag: PeopleSoft Fluid User Interface

Fluid Time Entry in PeopleSoft Time and Labor provides a modern user interface with easy-to-use and intuitive pages for your time reporters. PeopleSoft HCM Update Image 27 has a new Fluid timesheet with new rapid time entry pages. Also, PeopleSoft has updated the look and feel of some existing Fluid pages.

In June 2017 the University of Colorado enabled Unified Navigation and Fluid in Integration Hub and HCM. The goal was to roll out Fluid for particular employee Self Service components while continuing to rely on our existing employee portal homepage and the classic homepage in HCM. In August 2017 CU fully embraced the Fluid homepage in HCM, and is currently planning a fully Fluid employee portal. This presentation will explore how Fluid works from the perspective of a PeopleSoft security administrator and review the security required to authorize various pieces of the Fluid architecture.

Presented by The University of Colorado

Fluid Activity Guide Composer is the framework that helps users create activity guides for features like Life Events or Onboarding. Activity Guide Composer was released in Image 23 and it allows you to create or configure activity guides, choose what steps go within an activity guide and by what date it must be completed.

Sep 19 @  12:30am

PeopleSoft provides its users – the buying organizations – with the ability to interact with their Suppliers and bidders using the Comprehensive Supplier Portal - a centralized location containing multiple tiles used to assist Suppliers and bidders with their daily jobs. This session will give you an overview of the Fluid Supplier Portal. This session…

Sep 26 @  3:30pm

By empowering users to perform self-service tasks on-the-go, Fluid’s key objective is to deliver a UI that maximizes user productivity and mobile accessibility. However, as organizations deploy Fluid, it is important to take into account several key variables, including Fluid's pre-set (adaptive) form factors and Oracle’s selective page roll-out schedule. Both of which can have…

In our customer panel on Fluid User Interface at RECONNECT 18, we took a quick poll to see where everyone in the audience was at regarding implementing Fluid in their PeopleSoft environments. View the results in this blog post.

by Shelby Klingerman, Content Curator |

At RECONNECT 18, customer panelists came together to discuss their journey with implementing Fluid User Interface. Each panelist had a unique Fluid implementation story, but they all three ultimately had success. Learn about their unique journeys.

Savannah River Nuclear Solutions (SRNS) was recognized at RECONNECT 18 for its successful move toward Fluid UI. The company’s goals, approach and results were all discussed during its presentation. 

Quest had the opportunity to talk with McMaster University about their Selective Adoption strategy. When exploring new features for Selective Adoption, teams review the dependencies/pre-requisites to apply the new features. They then determine if Selective Adoption is the most viable and resource efficient way to implement the new feature.

Quest had the opportunity to talk with McMaster University about their Fluid User Interface deployment. The university is currently on HCM Image 23 PeopleTools 8.55.05, FSCM Image 25 PeopleTools 8.55.05, Interaction Hub Image 2 PeopleTools 8.55.12, Campus Solutions 9.0 PeopleTools 8.55.12, EPM (DW) 9.1 PeopleTools 8.55.03, Custom PeopleTools Dev. (Bolt On) PeopleTools 8.55.05 and Hyperion