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I am considering using the Asset object however I am really put off by the fact that it presents as a page within a page which leads to a negative user experience. My business scenario requires that I have products installed at customer sites which are in effect assets, is there any alternative methodolgy to use in order to avoid using Assets for this scenario?

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    I'm confused by what you mean when you say "presents as a page within a page". Assets display and behave just like any other standard related list item when it comes to creating/editing/viewing from the Account page. Are you referring to some other facet of their behaviour? Jun 25 '14 at 11:15
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    Correct and right! My apologies, I understand now that Assets is not available as a tab page therefore it is possible to create a hack that displays a webpage as a tab and this is applied to Assets, therefore Assets ends up as a page in a page. Is should really take down this question and try to find the way of displaying Assets as a tab without using that hack.
    – Bartley
    Jun 25 '14 at 12:12
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I'm pretty sure you can add assets as a tab under the profiles management section of setup - an administrator can make that change

There was a time that Assets didn't have a tab, but the idea for it was delivered in the Spring '15 release.

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