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Today, October 31st 2016, SAP S/4HANA 1610 is released! This is the first time that the new evolution of our SAP Fiori user experience will be available for our customers.

We are excited to see how our vision has become reality. It has been a long journey since the initial design thinking workshops two years ago to the exciting Red Dot award ceremony and the hard work times during the implementation of the new user experience and a large team spanning product management, design and technology is now proud to present you with the outcome of our joint efforts.

With SAP Fiori 2.0 we have included feedback from our customers and users as well as many functions requested by the product teams so that now we are able to provide you with an even more complete and mature experience while following our design principles.

New Design Guidelines and Stencils

This time we publish the latest design guidelines at the same time as the design becomes available to you as part of our products so that you can get background information about the design rationale and guidance for your own development activities right from the start.

The latest version (1.40) of the SAP Fiori Design Guidelines are available on

This is the first design guidelines version that reflects the new SAP Fiori 2.0 design.

At the same time, we offer updated design stencils for Axure so that you can design your own SAP Fiori 2.0 applications.

After the recent publication of the older releases until 1.38, this means that now all SAP Fiori design guidelines are now available externally.

One of the most obvious changes that SAP Fiori 2.0 brings is the new visual design. The previous visual design “Blue Crystal” that has been continuously evolving since the first releases of Fiori has now been replace with a new theme called “Belize”. A second flavour of the Belize theme the dark mode “Belize Deep” is planned to become available later.

With S/4 Hana we don’t only take the next evolution step with SAP Fiori but we also introduce a harmonized user experience for classic user interfaces built with SAP GUI or WebDynpro.

Some of the most important enhancements of SAP Fiori 2.0 are:

  • An improved design for the SAP Fiori launchpad with user profile, a recent objects menu, an improved home page and notifications.
  • Improved navigation capabilities and a first version of an app-store like catalogue interface.
  • Unnecessary elements in the application header have been removed.
  • New and improved floorplans like the Object Page and the Overview Page with new layouts and elements have been added and a new consistent page layout has been introduced.
  • Existing controls have been improved and a couple of new controls have been introduced.

Getting Started

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 as your entry point, helping you find out more about SAP Fiori 2.0 for SAP S/4HANA. The benefits and also the implications if you upgrade can are described in this overview document:

SAP Fiori 2.0 Welcome Package

Take Aways

With the release of SAP Fiori 2.0 today we are completing an important step in our journey to define the future of corporate consumer experience. It was a great team effort from the first design workshops to the implementation and adoption by the product teams. SAP Fiori 2.0 introduces a number of important features that were still missing such as enhanced navigation capabilities and the possibility to manage large numbers of applications, better scalable floorplans and the possibility to proactively bring up system events through notifications.

Beyond the current scope, SAP Fiori 2.0 has also been designed to prepare for future capabilities and enhancements for even more flexibility in navigation and screen layout, multi-tasking as the possibility to make use of context and interaction history.

To get started, we provide you with the latest design guidelines including Axure design stencils already today at

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    1. Kai Richter Post author


      Thank you 🙂

      There are no improvements specific to Fiori 2.0 with regards to offline mode. The standard mode is a regular online web-application mode. If you have dedicated offline requirements you should consider making use of the hybrid container and the mobile platform.

      Best regards

  1. Former Member

    Are there any video tutorials showing in building some sample end to end application ( anything) helping users to foresee the real usage of the tool.

    1. Kai Richter Post author


      I am not sure what tool you are referring to. Fiori 2.0 is the new design for the Fiori launchpad and the Fiori applications. Developing applications for Fiori 2.0 will not be much different from previous applications. However there are additional capabilities that you can make use of. We have prepared a welcome package for you to get an understanding of what has changed and actions you can take:

      This should give you a good start.

      Best regards

    1. Kai Richter Post author

      Hi Julio,
      you find the latest product roadmaps on our roadmaps page.
      The Fiori roadmap can be found under “Cross Topics”.
      This is the best reference for such questions that I can offer you as these are the official timelines and planned innovations.
      Best regards

    1. Jeremy Good


      Hi Noel – have you tried configuring an FLP site in Portal services for the Innovation stack of UI5?  I was able to use the HCP trial landscape to get the Belize them up and running, along with the me area on the left (using UI5 1.40).  You can make the changes in FCC for the site settings and then publish the site to see the new theme, etc.

      1. Noël Hendrikx

        Hi Jeremy,

        Thanks for the response. I received some more info at SAP Teched also. The issue in my case was that I had set the UI5 version fixed, but the preview in WebIDE / local was already in Fiori 2.0.

        Changing it to innovation release pushes the Fiori 2.0 environment also.



    1. Kai Richter Post author

      Hi Mohamed,
      unfortunately, I can’t give you detailed information here but to my knowledge, parts of the Fiori 2.0 design are dependent on the UI5 version and the frontend server only. You should be able to get the system requirements from this document: SAP Fiori 2.0 Welcome Package
      Best regards

  2. Former Member

    Thanks for the prompt response. I am reviewing the document you sent with our Basis team and will let you know if we have any more questions


    1. Kai Richter Post author

      Hi Pablo,

      I just learned today that there is a trial version for S/4HANA available featuring at least some major parts of the Fiori 2.0 design concepts. You can access this trial on the SAP S/4HANA Trial Page. You will have to register for the trial though but then you get access to a test system with some nice getting started tours.

      Best regards


  3. Manish Meshram

    Hi Kai,

    Hello Experts,

    We have upgraded our ECC server from Fiori 1.0 to Fiori 2.0.We have developed application where we have to implement locking of screen.

    Meaning if user A is editing the screen, it should not allow user B to edit it and vice versa.We have looked at etags but does not help, we want to lock the screen on UI.

    Please suggest if there is any standard feature in Fiori 2.0 to handle this and how it can be achieved technically.



  4. Omar Albosta

    Hi Kai,

    Great. Usefull Information.

    Do you know any Fioris for “Sales Tax summary Report” “Umsatzsteuervoranmeldung” , Land is Germany.


    Thanks  a lot




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