How do I create file folders on my iPhone?
- Go to Locations.
- Tap iCloud Drive, On My [device], or the name of a third-party cloud service where you want to keep your new folder.
- Swipe down on the screen.
- Tap More .
- Select New Folder.
- Enter the name of your new folder. Then tap Done.
Can you customize folders on iPhone?
How do I organize my iPhone home screen?
Can you Auto arrange icons on iPhone?
The App Library appears as a separate page on your home screen. After you‘ve updated to iOS 14, just keep swiping left; the App Library will be the last page you hit. It automatically organizes your apps into folders that are labeled with a variety of categories.
How should I sort my apps?
Here are seven creative ways to arrange your smartphone apps.
- Verb-based folders.
- Color coding.
- Alphabetical order.
- How you hold your phone.
- Themed rows.
- Frequency of app usage.
- Emoji folders.
How do you customize an app icon?
How do you change app icons on iPhone?
How do I customize my widgets?
- Add the Search widget to your homepage. Learn how to add a widget.
- On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google app .
- At the bottom right, tap More. Customize widget.
- At the bottom, tap the icons to customize the color, shape, transparency and Google logo.
- When you’re finished, tap Done.
How do I make my iPhone aesthetic?
How do I use Widgetsmith on my iPhone?
How do I create a custom widget on my iPhone?
- Touch and hold an app or empty area on the Home Screen or Today View until the apps jiggle.
- Drag a widget on top of another widget. You can stack up to 10 widgets.
- Tap Done.
How do you make a Widgetsmith?
How do I create a widget image?
How do I put a widget on my Iphone photos?
How do you add an image to you?
- On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google Photos app .
- Sign in to your Google Account.
- Open the album.
- At the top right, tap Add to album .
- Select the items you want to add.
- At the top right, tap Done.
David Nilsen is the former editor of Fourth & Sycamore. He is a member of the National Book Critics Circle. You can find more of his writing on his website at davidnilsenwriter.com and follow him on Twitter as @NilsenDavid.