The problem with great smartphones such as Samsung Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+ Plus is that they allow you and even encourage you to install and run all kinds of apps. The more you play around the Play Store and download apps, the crowded your workspace will become.
The amazing thing about these great smartphones, however, is that you also have plenty of options for organizing your information. After all, they are mini-computers with super powers, so creating folders and subfolders or moving apps and files from one folder to another shouldn’t be complicated.
In this article, we are going to show you how to better organize your workspace within the Home screen. As you’ll soon enough learn, you can create folders, folders within folders and drag widgets and icons within seconds.
That’s how easy it is!
How to create a new folder in Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ Plus
The most straightforward option is to simply move apps in a folder over one another. Once you created a first folder, by simply dragging apps in it, you are creating a group. You also have the option to edit the name of the folder with a press on the folder name and a simple typing.
But if you want to create multiple folders, here’s how you do it:
- Turn on the device;
- Access the Home screen;
- Press and hold on the app you want to group with another app;
- Move the app that you just selected over the app you want to group within the same folder;
- Edit the New Folder by adding a proper name;
- Tap the Done button.
From this point, you can obviously bring other apps as well, with the same steps described above.