How to create a folder on Samsung Galaxy S20

Smartphones allow users to personalize their phones to their needs by adjusting the settings, and the Samsung Galaxy S20 is no exception. It is an excellent phone with multiple useful features.

You can change many things, from brightness and screen resolution to wallpapers and notification settings. As smartphones are all about apps, you can organize them easily, and you can do that by creating folders. For instance, you may make a folder with your favorite games or social media apps.

Not sure how to do that? Here's how to create a folder on your Samsung Galaxy S20.

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How to create a folder on your Samsung Galaxy S20

Creating a folder is very simple; you only need to go to the Home screen, tap and hold one app, and drag it over another. As soon as you do that, a folder will be created. To add more apps to the folder, tap and hold the app and drag it to the folder. Also, you can tap on the (+) to add more apps to the folder you created. If you want to remove an app from the folder, open it, find an app you wish to remove, tap on it and hold it. A pop-up menu will show up and you can choose whether you want to remove the app or not.

How to rename the folder

Renaming the folder is also simple. Just open the folder you have created and type the name you want right at the top. Leave the field blank if you don’t want to name the folder. You can also change the colors, and to do that, just press the dot located in the top-right corner.

How to delete folders on your Samsung Galaxy S20

If you change your mind later and want to delete the folder, press and hold the folder and then tap remove from the home screen.

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