Customizing MicroStrategy Web

Customizing MicroStrategy Web

MicroStrategy Web's open and customizable architecture allows you to change the look, feel, and even the functionality of MicroStrategy Web. Some examples of how you can customize and integrate MicroStrategy Web functionality include:

Adding a company logo to the MicroStrategy Web interface
Modifying the look of icons, reports, and folders
Hiding, disabling, and adding functionality to MicroStrategy Web
Integrating MicroStrategy Web into a company portal
Modifying the look and feel of the MicroStrategy Web help. To customize the help, see Customizing MicroStrategy Web help.

For more information about customizing MicroStrategy Web, see the MicroStrategy Developer Library (MSDL).

You can also:

Display reports as custom widgets in MicroStrategy Web, or as widgets when displayed on an iPhone, iPad, or Android device with MicroStrategy Mobile. For steps, see Displaying reports as widgets.
Display data in a grid or graph report as a custom widget in MicroStrategy Web. For steps, see Adding custom widgets to documents.
Define the display of a Google Map custom widget, which displays locations as map markers on a map. For steps, see Google Map Properties dialog box.
Provide additional data for a custom widget, which is created using the MicroStrategy SDK, in a document. For steps, see Secondary Data Sources dialog box.

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Customizing MicroStrategy Web help