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How To Create New Folder On Galaxy S9

How To Create New Folder On Galaxy S9

After you’ve bought your Galaxy S9, one of the few things you need to set up is to make your Galaxy S9 look personal and unique. The advantage of doing this is that it makes sure that you have the ultimate experience on your Galaxy S9.

To have a better experience on your Galaxy S9, to be more personal and easily accessible to you, one of the things you should do is to create a folder for your apps. Another advantage of doing this is that it reduces clustering of apps, widgets and makes your Galaxy S9 to look more organized.

If you’ve bought the new Galaxy S9 and you will like to know how you can create folders, then you are reading the right article. There are multiple ways that you can use to create folders on your Galaxy S9, and most of these ways are very quick and simple to learn.

The simplest way of creating a new folder for your apps on Galaxy S9 is by moving an app from your home screen and placing it over another app that you will like to put in the same folder. By doing this, a folder name will appear that you can edit any name that you prefer. After you have created the app, you can leave it.

By doing this, you can be certain that you have created a new folder. You’ll also know you have added two apps into the folder.

There is another method that you can use to create a new folder, and I will explain it below

An Alternative Way of Creating a new folder on Samsung Galaxy S9

  1. Power on your Samsung Galaxy S9
  2. When the home screen loads, tap and hold on the app that you wish to add to a folder
  3. Drag the app to the top of your Samsung Galaxy S9 screen and place on the ‘New folder’ option
  4. A small window will appear under the folder. Change the name to any name that you prefer
  5. After typing the preferred folder name, click on done on your keyboard

You can make use of the same steps above to add as many folders as you like.

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