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Webclip device policy

You can place shortcuts, or webclips, to websites to appear alongside apps on users’ devices. You can specify your own icons to represent the webclips for iOS, macOS, and Android devices; Windows tablet only requires a label and a URL.

To add or configure this policy, go to Configure > Device Policies. For more information, see Device policies.

iOS settings

  • Label: Type the label that is to appear with the webclip.
  • URL: Type the URL associated with the webclip. The URL must begin with a protocol, for example, http://server.
  • Removable: Select whether users can remove the webclip. The default is Off.
  • Icon to be updated: Select the icon to be used for the webclip by clicking Browse and navigating to the file location.
  • Precomposed icon: Select whether the icon has effects (rounded corners, drop shadow, and reflective shine) applied to it. The default is Off, which adds the effects.
  • Full screen: Select whether the linked web page opens in full-screen mode. The default is Off.

macOS settings

  • Label: Type the label that is to appear with the webclip.
  • URL: Type the URL associated with the webclip. The URL must begin with a protocol, for example, http://server.
  • Icon to be updated: Select the icon to be used for the webclip by clicking Browse and navigating to the file location.

Android settings

  • Rule: Select whether this policy adds or removes a webclip. The default is Add.
  • Label: Type the label that is to appear with the webclip.
  • URL: Type the URL associated with the webclip.
  • Define an icon: Select whether to use an icon file. The default is Off.
  • Icon file: If Define an icon is On, select the icon file to use by clicking Browse and navigating to the file location.

Windows Desktop/Tablet settings

  • Name: Type the label that is to appear with the webclip.
  • URL: Type the URL associated with the webclip.

Webclip device policy