You can use app folders in Galaxy S8 Home screen to organize apps in the home screen so that you can access the apps faster.
App folders in Galaxy S8 Home screen also help you reduce the number of home screen pages (panels) so that you can scroll through Galaxy S8 Home screen panels faster.
This Galaxy S8 how-to guide shows you how to create (3 different methods) , use, delete and manage app folders in Galaxy S8 Home screen for your Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+.
What are app folders in Galaxy S8 Home screen?
As explained in this page, app folder is one of the most frequently used components in the home screen of Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+.
Basically, an app folder is a placeholder for multiple app icons in Galaxy S8 Home screen.
Without app folders in Galaxy S8 Home screen, each app icon will occupy one spot. Now, you can put several apps with similar functions or from same developer into an app folder.
This will help you increase your productivity in Galaxy S8 and S8+:
- App folders will reduce the number of Home screen pages (panels) needed in Galaxy S8 and S8+. You can then cycle through home screen panels faster.
- App folders can group apps so that you can find individual apps quickly.
- You can remove all apps inside the app folder from Galaxy S8 Home screen by deleting the app folder, instead of selecting them individually.
- You can clear number badges of all apps inside an app folder with one tap.
Please note, app folders in Galaxy S8 and S8+ do not support nested app folders. In other words, you cannot add an app folder to another app folder.
This is similar to other Android devices.
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