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Author's profile photo Thomas Reiss

Great User Experience for SAP S/4HANA 1610 with SAP Fiori 2.0

With SAP S/4HANA 1610 we take user experience to the next level with the award-winning SAP Fiori 2.0, the next significant step in our evolution of SAP Fiori. SAP Fiori 2.0 is the user experience for SAP S/4HANA – you can access all applications via the SAP Fiori launchpad, and they all have the SAP Fiori 2.0 visual theme: SAP Fiori apps as well as classic SAP GUI and WebDynpro applications.

To get an initial impression of the new user experience, have a look at this video:

The main aspects of SAP Fiori 2.0 which are coming with SAP S/4HANA 1610 and which you can look at in the video are:

  • Visual Design: the new, more attractive visual theme, which is applied everywhere.
  • Notifications: giving you transparency on what needs your attention, such as workflow items needing approval – either directly from the notification area, or by navigating to My Inbox.
  • Navigation and personalization via the new Me-Area, which enhances users’ navigation options by giving direct access to recent activities, i.e. recently used apps or business objects. It also provides access to personalization options – you can see how users can personalize the SAP Fiori Launchpad home page very easily.
  • Search: the search experience now provides more information directly in the search results list, and gives users flexibility in narrowing down their searches.
  • Overview Page: The overview page is an important new SAP Fiori element, as an example procurement is one of the first areas supporting it: it gives a buyer an overview of the important information for him or her to get their job done efficiently and effectively, using cards to summarize information from different aspects of the job. These can be list-based or analytical, i.e. chart-based. In addition to giving users an overview, it also provides direct actions for them to address issues shown in the overview. Finally, users can easily personalize their overview page.

If you are already an SAP S/4HANA customer, you can get SAP Fiori 2.0 by upgrading your SAP S/4HANA system to the 1610 release, and also upgrading your Front-End Server to version 3.0. Note that if you have built custom apps or defined custom themes, there are some implications which you need to be aware of and some additional activities to plan for prior to upgrading.
To give you full insight and clear guidance for the introduction of SAP Fiori 2.0, SAP has created the SAP Fiori 2.0 welcome package. Your entry point for this, helping you find out more about SAP Fiori 2.0 for SAP S/4HANA, its benefits and also the implications if you upgrade, is this overview document: SAP Fiori 2.0 – What you need to know.

The overall Fiori 2.0 concept goes beyond what is included in this first shipment, so you can expect further innovations beyond the Overview Page down the road. To keep up to date with what is planned, have a look at the SAP Fiori Road Map, which is updated on a quarterly basis. If you would like to participate in the SAP Fiori community, please have a look at SAP Fiori Community.



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      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Thanks for the Valuable information

      Author's profile photo Gaurav Dey
      Gaurav Dey

      This will help many. Great Blog! Thomas Reiss

      Author's profile photo Andy Silvey
      Andy Silvey

      Hi Thomas,

      nice blog.

      Our Business Teams wanted to get familiar with S/4HANA 1610, so we got the installation binaries last week from SAP and are installing PoC/Sandbox systems, the basic installations of the S/4HANA 1610 and Fiori for S/4HANA 1610 systems have just been completed.

      We’re doing the post processing and integration of the two at the moment.

      Both systems the S/4HANA and the Fiori have their Databases on the same HANA System as Tenant DB’s. I recently blogged the agility of MultiTenant Database Containers and SAP HANA Tenant Mobility.

      We were taken by surprise last Monday when we read the Release Note for S/4HANA 1610
      which stated the minimum required Revision of SAP HANA (HDB) is Revision 121, we had planned
      to host the Tenant DB’s on an SPS10 HANA Sandbox.

      Luckily we had a HANA Sandbox with MDC enabled running HANA Revision 122.02 lying around, and didn’t need to do a quick Revision upgrade.

      We’re looking forward in the next few days to have a go with everything you’ve described, hopefully “the Business” will be impressed.

      Best regards,



      When I read the title I was confused because I know the Fiori requirement for S/4HANA 1610 is
      Fiori 3.0, as you stated in blog:

      If you are already an SAP S/4HANA customer, you can get SAP Fiori 2.0 by upgrading your SAP S/4HANA system to the 1610 release, and also upgrading your Front-End Server to version 3.0

      It would be nice if SAP could avoid potential Customer confusion by aligning versions, for example,
      in such a young product group it is confusing to have SAP Fiori 2.0 with Front-End-Server 3.0.
      There is already confusion over Fiori and the Front-End-Server and which one is Fiori.

      Author's profile photo Rakesh Narayan
      Rakesh Narayan

      Great Information; thanks.

      Though there's scope of initial confusion over upgrading Front-End Server to Version 3.0 in order to get SAP Fiori 2.0 including SAP UI5 7.51 for SAP Business Suite EHP7 or EHP8 on SAP HANA/ AnyDB and probable implications with customs apps/ themes post upgrade.

      Going through the embedded links clarifies almost everything.


      Author's profile photo Manoj Poloju
      Manoj Poloju

      Thank you, valuable and  updated information .

      Author's profile photo Ye Htut Win
      Ye Htut Win

      Bravo! Bravo!

      Author's profile photo Ankur Gokhale
      Ankur Gokhale

      Hi Thomas,

      Thanks for your contribution. I am unable to use notifications, they are not working. I ran transaction /N/IWNGW/BEP_DEMO but nothing came up on the fiori screen. I followed these documents:


      and configured Fiori launchpad as what it said but no response in Notification. It would be great if I get some help.


      Thanks 🙂

      Author's profile photo Suparoek Ampornpanga
      Suparoek Ampornpanga



      may I check on any on-line demo for Fiori Production planning or manufacturing

      please advise and provide link or video sir.

      Best regards;