Organizing things is good anyway you look at it. Folders are the best expression of it and if you know how useful they are on a PC, you can imagine how useful they would be on your Samsung Galaxy S8 or Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus. With a limited display, you don’t want to get lost wile scrolling through pages and panels with icons and widgets. Start using folders so you can keep your files, photos, apps, and anything else you have on your smartphone in an easily accessible place.
If you’re worried that your smartphone won’t offer you the same options as your PC does, worry no more. You can do on a Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8 Plus pretty much anything you do on a computer. Create folders however you need and even create subfolders – as in folders in other folders. And you actually have more than one way to do so:
Method #1 – create folders on Galaxy S8/S8 Plus:
- Go to the Home screen panel where you have the first app that you want to add to a folder;
- Tap and hold it for a little longer and drag it onto the second app you want it to share the folder with;
- This action resulted into automatically creating a new folder on that panel, which contains the app you have dragged and the app you have released it onto;
- Keep dragging other apps and releasing them on top of the newly created folder.
Method #2 – create folders on Galaxy S8/S8 Plus:
- Select an app that you want to start a folder from;
- Once you have highlighted it, you can drag it over another app;
- You will see a New Folder window on the screen;
- Edit the window by typing in the name of your newly created folder;
- Hit the Done button;
- Continue moving new apps in there.
Now that you know two different methods of creating folders on a Samsung Galaxy S8 or Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus, you can better organize your entire smartphone. Go ahead!