Android 6.0 Marshmallow: How To Create Folders
For those that have upgraded their smartphone to Android 6.0 Marshmallow, you may want to how to create folders on it. When you create folders on your smartphone, this allows you to organize apps and reduce the amount to clutter on the home screen of your Android Marshmallow smartphone. You can create folders on your smartphone several different ways to organize different apps and widgets. Below we’ll explain how to create folders for icons and widgets on your smartphone operating on Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
The first and fastest way to create a new folder on an Android M 6.0 smartphone is to drag the selected app over another app that you want to have in the same folder. Do these similar steps with the apps that you want to be in the same folder as each other. After the two apps are placed on top of each other, a folder name will appear below. Once this folder name appears, you can let go of the app and adjust the name of the folder that you have just created. The following is an alternative method for those who want to know how to create multiple folders on Android 6.0 Marshmallow smartphone.
How to create a new folder (Method 2):
- Turn on your smartphone.
- Press and hold on an app on the Home screen.
- Move the app to the top of the screen and move it to the New Folder option.
- Change the name of the New Folder to anything you want
- Select Done on the keyboard.
- Move other apps that you want to be part of this folder by following steps 1-5.