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How to Use Odoo 15 Studio to Customize Your Business Application

Odoo 15 Studio

Customization is necessary in every company sector in today's advanced technological world. People buy products, personalize them to their needs, and then use them, much as they do in the automobile and electronic industries. People in this universe purchase products based on their features and whether they will be able to alter them with future upgrades. As a result, business magnets must improve their business planning and perspectives. To stand out in this competitive market, the vendor must present new business scenarios with customizable goods that aim to increase efficiency and scale up your firm, among other things. When implementing new business ideas, you must be well-versed in understanding the diverse needs of your clients and working or organizing your company accordingly. If a dedicated tool is used to manage your business operations, you will be able to work your industry according to the customization. It can be installed without the use of a coding platform.

People in the twenty-first century are contemplating and implementing more advanced solutions that may impact their life skills. Why do people choose a dish with a customizable ingredient list?

If you buy a sandwich, for example, you can select the interior fillings, which encourages people to prioritize their desires. What options are there to enable us to evaluate the facts that can apply, as in a firm, if you need to apply the functionalities and construct a business management software as per your desire? Odoo 15 Studio is an application that comes with the Odoo Enterprise and Resource Planning software.

If you are unfamiliar with programming and coding, you may use the Odoo 15 Studio app by following simple drag-and-drop instructions. It was created by Odoo developers with the intention of allowing people without programming skills to simply implement their functionalities and manage their company processes.

This blog focuses on how to easily and dexterously customize your company applications using Odoo ERP with the Odoo 15 Studio application.

Now let's take a closer look at Odoo Studio and how it may help you grow your business.


Why do you use Odoo 15 Studio in your business?

a) Created your data model without using any programming or sophisticated code.

When you use Odoo Studio in your business, you don't have to rely on developers or programmers to create your data model. You can quickly customize your data model and create your company operations to your specifications. You don't have to input the codes by hand to create your data model. You can also design your data model using a simple online interface rather than writing complex code.

b) You can customize your homepage without using XML code by customizing the views and changing the lists, views, formats, and so on.

You can construct views, lists, and formats without writing any XML code in Odoo Studio using the web designing tool. You can develop a prototype, change your views, and modify the lists, views, and formats in Odoo Studio's editor tool to meet your needs.

c) Customize the views using the built-in XML editor option.

You can use an integrated XML editor in Odoo Studio to customize views according to your needs. The XML editor's built-in capability allows you to create a database in Odoo while designing your customized application. This built-in feature allows you to create and view the XML as you see appropriate.

d) Takes care of the automated procedure.

The Odoo Studio manages the automated actions for you with the help of Python.

f) Encourages you to export your bespoke applications.

You can export your custom applications as a zip file and import it into the already installed Odoo. It makes it easier to install Odoo from a network.

Now let's look at how you may use Odoo 15 Studio to personalize your business applications.

Odoo Studio must be downloaded from the Odoo Apps Store.

After installing, you get an icon representing the Toggle Studio at the top of the Odoo software from the main page, as seen below in the highlighted screenshot.


You will be transported to a window that allows you to create new apps required for your business by navigating to and clicking on the toggle studio's icon. The enterprise edition of Odoo 15 Studio allows create apps that are tailored to your company's needs.


Now, by selecting the New App button (highlighted in the above screenshot), you will be sent to a little window where you can construct a new application according to your needs.


When you click the Next button, you'll be sent to a new little window, as seen in the screenshot below, where you can give your application a name and choose an icon from the app's built-in photos or upload one from your computer.


You can now click on the next arrow to receive another window of the first menu after inputting your application's name and adding the icon according to your design.


If it's a new object, click on the new model; if it's an existing model, you'll get a drop menu where you may select it from a selection of drop menus and input it in the space provided, as shown in the above screenshot.


As seen in the above screenshot, you can go to the next menu by clicking the next arrow and selecting the model that best suits your needs. When you click on the new model, a popup appears with features that should be included in the application. You must first enable each function that should be involved, after which you will be presented with a window containing all of the enabled features. When you choose Existing Model, however, you get the features that are already built-in to the model you've chosen. Let's look at the differences between the New and Existing Models now.


You get a box of proposed features for your new model with functions, as shown in the above screenshot; as you enable each function, it is noted in your application. You can enable features here based on the functions you need in the program for your business. You can proceed by clicking the CREATE YOUR APP button, as seen in the above image, after picking the proposed characteristics in the New Model that you require from the supplied box. By clicking the button, you will be led to a new window with the features seen in the screenshot below.


You'll get a configuration window with the proposed features, as shown in the above screenshot. You'll see a default view with a list view, as well as the activated features. You can receive multiple views by moving the VIEWS option, and you can choose the one you want.


You can categorize the views in the above screenshot as General views, Multiple Records Views, Timeline Views, and Reporting Views. You can activate the views you need for your app by selecting the option you want from each category and activating it to receive the view you want. Let's say you need the Form view from the General views category. Let's look at the differences and how it's enabled. By choosing the General views category, you can access the views without having to activate any features. By clicking the Form View button, you will now be seen as in the screenshot below.


In the screenshot above, you can see that in Form view, you receive an extra feature with Components, which is distinct from Tabs and Columns. As you can see, the windows with the features were all with the New Model up until now, and now we can observe the difference between the Existing Model and the New Model.

Similarly, you can choose Existing Model by adding an object name and creating the icon according to your needs, and selecting it brings up a drop-down choice. As a business need, you must select one of the options from the drop-down selection. Later, by clicking on the arrow that represents the next mark, you will be taken immediately to the supplied window, as shown in the screenshot below.


You'll see this window for an existing model when you select, for example, Contacts from the drop-down menu, as shown in the figure above. A click in the screenshot recognizes the redirected views in the highlighted region. By selecting a specific icon, it will provide you with a Form view, List view, Kanban view, Map view, Activity, and Search. In the screenshot with the Form view, you may add Meetings, Opportunities, Sales, Subscriptions, Purchases, On-time Rate, Invoiced, and the Vendor Bills, Partner Ledger, and Go To Website buttons as smart buttons by clicking on the More button.You may also see this using an Add a pipeline Status Bar, which is created by enabling the Pipeline stages proposed features. You can use it to add the status of the potential values, as seen in the screenshot below.


By clicking on the icon next to it, you can add new values and update those that already exist.


Before we go into the details of the Existing Model, let's have a look at how to add each section to the New Model.


You'll be able to enter New Model with a variety of views, including form, list, kanban, map, calendar, graph, pivot, Gantt, and a search icon, as shown in the screenshot above. You can also see that it is divided into stages such as NEW, IN PROGRESS, and DONE. Now we can see how the details in each part can be entered based on the business processes. In the screenshot above, you can see a +Add button. By clicking on the appropriate fields and dragging and dropping the filled portion, you can add them. It's also saved automatically. If you need to make any changes, you can use the undo or redo options. If you need to add any other fields from the right-hand side of the window in the screenshot, simply click the appropriate box and drag and drop the field into place.


If you need to add a section to your business application, as seen in the above screenshot, you may do it by selecting the section from the right-hand side of the box and dragging and dropping it to the part you need.

Now, you may apply it in relation to the above screenshot by observing the right-hand side of the piece if you need to adjust the aspects with any configurable features.

The following are the customizable properties for each:
Invisible: Indicates whether the field is hidden from users until an authorized user grants permission for it to be visible. The field can only be seen if it is visible or enhances to invisible.

Required: This field must be enabled in order to allow entries in your application menu.

Read Only: By enabling this feature in any field, the user is expected to read the content without changing it.

Label: If this option is selected, a label with a description is displayed in this section.

Help Tooltip: By adding this field to any area, you can activate a feature that allows you to provide any useful tip to the appropriate part of the application.

Widget: It improves the user experience by allowing them to describe themselves in the widget if they enter the application.

Default Value: It indicates where the application is illustrated in an application menu.

Limit Visibility To Groups: As the name implies, this setting restricts visibility to specific people or groups.


You can also see an additional option, REMOVE FROM VIEW, in the screenshot above, which suggests that if you need to delete a field, you can click on it and the function will be applied.

Conclusion: Odoo 15 Studio

We hope you now have a better knowledge of how the business application is set up to meet your needs. And you've come up with a brilliant concept for modifying your business application to fit your specific operations and tasks. We'll be able to approach you with a new blog in Odoo 15 Studio, with additional customisation possibilities and functionality.

ERP Cloud LLC, an Odoo Certified Partner, offers a variety of Odoo ERP services, including Odoo Implementation, Odoo Customization, and Odoo Integration, based on individual business requirements.

If you're interested in learning more about Odoo and implementing it in your business, please contact us at sales@erpxcloud.com. Our specialized team of Odoo professionals is ready to create and implement the best solutions for your businesses to achieve maximum outcomes in terms of leads, sales, and money.

Odoo, Moe Fawaz 30 May, 2022
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