You can organize the apps on the Home screen, put them in folders, and move them to other pages, or screens. You can also reorder your pages. Now you can drag any app to another spot, including the Dock at the bottom of the screen. You start with one page of apps.
Put apps in a folder
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Subscriber Account active since. There are few things more gut wrenching than the home screen of a computer so cluttered with files and programs that you can hardly see the background. That's what the hard drive is for, right? And folders within the hard drive, to be specific. Folders can help clear clutter and are also useful if more than one person shares an iPad. With your iPad , however, the same organizational options that you enjoy on a computer just aren't available. But that doesn't mean you need to fill up those various home screens with so many apps that you spend more time swiping and searching than actually engaging with software. Just create folders on your iPad and group apps logically. You'll save yourself time and frustration and enjoy a crisper, more approachable tablet. Start by identifying two apps you wish to be in a folder together and hold a finger down on one until it begins wiggling and displays an "X" in the corner.
Create a folder
Creating folders on the iPad you use for your business can help organize your apps, making it easier to find specific apps when you need them. You can organize apps into folders for a specific presentation so you don't have to flip through your iPad to find them or you can place them into folders by subject or category. A folder can contain up to 20 apps, and you can give each folder a custom name that lets you quickly identify the apps contained in the folder. Hold your finger against any of the apps on your device until that app becomes shaded slightly darker and gets slightly larger. Moving your finger moves the app. Remove your finger from the screen. The apps are now grouped together in a folder.
The great thing about the iPad is how many awesome apps you can download for it. But this comes with a price: a lot of apps on your iPad! Create a folder for your apps to keep everything tidy.