Version 2021

White-label the HyperIntelligence for Web Add-in

White-labeling allows you to generate a customized HyperIntelligence for Web extension to promote branding across your organization.

In the Customize HyperIntelligence Add-in dialog, you can easily update and modify the following components to brand the add-in as your own.

Application Name

Application Description

Application Logo

Replace Embedded Links

Footer on Settings Page

Default Environment

Disabled Websites

Get Started

You can customize and generate one extension per environment in MicroStrategy Workstation.

  1. In Workstation, click the Environments tab.

  2. Right-click the environment you want to use and select Properties.
  3. Go to the Add-ins tab.
  4. Under HyperIntelligence for Web Add-in, click the Customize Web Add-in button.

    Now let's customize the add-in!

  1. In Workstation, click the Environments tab.

  2. Right-click the environment you want to use and select Get info.
  3. Go to the Add-ins tab.
  4. Under HyperIntelligence for Web Add-in, click the Customize Web Add-in button.

    Now let's customize the add-in!

Application Name

The name (maximum of 45 characters) is the primary name or identifier of the extension. If the app name is not configured, the default name is displayed. You can specify locale-specific strings for this field.

 The name is displayed in the following locations:

  • Install dialog
  • Extension management user interface (chrome://extensions or edge://extensions)
  • Chrome Web Store

For more details, see the Chrome Developers documentation.

Application Description

A plain text string (maximum of 132 characters) that describes the extension. The description should be suitable for both the browser's extension management user interface and the Chrome Web Store. You can specify locale-specific strings for this field.

 

Application Logo

Upload a 128x128 icon. This icon is used during installation and by the Chrome Web Store. Extensions should provide a 48x48 icon to be used in the extensions management page (chrome://extensions). Select a 16x16 icon to be used as the favicon for an extension's pages.

Icons should be in PNG format, as it has the best support for transparency.

A good example of an application icon is the following image with 1:1 ratio, under 200*200 pixels, and under 1MB. Icons do not need to strictly be 128x128 pixels as the Customization Editor helps resize them to your desired size when uploading.

There is a 200x200 pixels upper limit.

If the image is under 1MB and under 200x200 pixels, the image can be resized to 128x128/48x48/16x16.

For more details, see the Chrome Developers documentation.

Replace Embedded Links

The extension has a few instances of embedded links, such as the icon on the extension dialog and the Help button in the menu drop-down. These can be replaced here. The image's alternative text appears when you hover over it.

Footer on Settings Page

The footer on the settings page provides links to copyright and legal information. Admins can choose to either disable the entire footer, customize it, or replace the links and content.

Default Environment

The HyperIntelligence for Web extension connects to a MicroStrategy environment. Admins can choose to preconfigure the extension before generating the ZIP file. This allows for easy onboarding of new users. The preconfigured URL can be given a name for better recognition.

Disabled Websites

By default, the extension works on all websites. By using the following settings, you can disable, enable, or enable with exceptions the websites you want the extension to work on. Follow the guidelines here to construct valid URLs.