Qlik Sense is available as a client-managed or a SaaS solution. It can be deployed on Microsoft Windows or SaaS cloud infrastructure. There are slight feature differences between these platforms.
The client-managed versions of Qlik Sense is available on Microsoft Windows. Qlik Sense Enterprise on Windows can be deployed on-premise or the cloud.
Organizing apps in the cloud hub
Apps in the cloud hub can be tagged so that related apps can be viewed together. You can tag apps and create collections based on these tags. If another user can view an app, they can view all tags on the app. However, to add tags to an app you must have edit permission on the app.
Developing apps collaboratively in shared spaces
You develop apps collaboratively in a stream. Users with edit permissions in a stream can add private sheets, stories, and bookmarks to your published app. They can publish these items to make them available to other users in the app. These community items can be approved by the app owners to be included in the base items of the app. Base items are included when the app is copied or downloaded by other users.
Reloading apps in the hub
If you want to schedule reloads for your apps, you or your administrator needs to create a reload task in the Qlik Management Console. You can also reload apps directly in the hub.
SaaS editions of Qlik Sense
App owners can both reload and schedule reloads for their apps directly from the cloud hub.
Controlling access to apps with spaces
You control access to published apps by publishing them to streams. Streams are created in QMC and access to streams is set in QMC. Published apps have restrictions with how content can be added to it after publishing. Updates to the app can be made by duplicating the app, making changes, and then republishing the app. Sheets can be added to the base sheets of a published app by approving them.
Unpublished apps in Work are only visible to the app creator, and are published to streams when they are complete.