A technote published today outlines the ability to customize the default order of the apps displayed in the IBM Connections Mobile app. This does require IBM Connections 6.0 and the June 2017 update to be installed for the new setting to work.
See this technote for the details on configuring the new setting.
📰 9 Aug 2019: As IBM has sold Connections and their support site may not show this permanently, I’ve added the text from the technote below
The IBM Connections 6.0 June 2017 Update iFix (APAR LO92151) added support for specifying the default navigation order of services in the IBM Connections app v6.0.0.
Apply the IBM Connections 6.0 June 2017 Update iFix (APAR LO92151) update to your IBM Connections 6.0 server. Afterwards, complete the following steps to add the default navigation order support to the IBM Connections Mobile configuration file:
Check out the
mobile-config.xmlfile for editing. For more information, see the Changing Mobile configuration property values topic.
mobile-config.xmlfile in a text editor.
Add the following DefaultNavigationOrder comment and property immediately following the MiniOSAppLevel property:
<!-- This option can be used to specify the default navigation order of the services in the Connections Mobile Apps. The default entries are updates,communities,files,profiles,favorites,blogs,forums,wikis,offlinefiles,activities,bookmarks. Add any extensions to this list that you want to show in the navigation.--> <DefaultNavigationOrder>updates,communities,files,profiles,favorites,blogs,forums,wikis,offlinefiles,activities,bookmarks</DefaultNavigationOrder>
⚠ The Mobile enterprise application will fail to properly start if you place the property elsewhere in the file. For details of this property, see the
DefaultNavigationOrderdocumentation in the Mobile configuration properties topic.
Specify the order you would like the services to appear, based on the requirements of your organization.
Save and check in the
Synchronize the nodes in your deployment.
Restart the application server that hosts the Mobile application.