This video shows how to group apps together to manage and organize them on your home screens.
- [Instructor] If you're someone … who likes to keep your home screens organized, … you've probably spent time dragging apps around … onto your different home screens or into folders. … Here on iOS 13, we hold down on an app, … and then choose Rearrange Apps, … and then you can drag these apps around on top of each other … to create folders or on to different screens and so on. … I'll drag Starbucks here on top of Chipotle … and create a folder. … It's already named it Food & Drink for me … which I'm fine with so I'll just … and I'll swipe up to leave rearrangement mode. … Now you can move these apps one at a time … but it's also possible to move multiple apps at once. … Start by choosing to rearrange the apps as before. … Then drag the first app you want to move away … from it's current position … and while keeping your finger on that app, … tap another app with another finger. … You can see that adds it to the group. … And you can continue adding apps this way. … When they're all grouped together like this, …
- Deleting and moving apps
- Managing data usage
- Using iPad-specific gestures
- Typing tips
- Customizing mail
- Scanning documents
- Fitting more on the Home screen
- Using a mouse with the iPad
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