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Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Create New Folder in Home Screen and Move the App Shortcut in It

Yes, from the beginning we did agree that the Samsung Galaxy SIII is a great phone and has a number of capabilities that sometimes we have never thought of before. The number of capabilities and experience offered by this phone makes us keep trying to do new things with the existing features on this phone or with the applications that we can get easily through Google Play Store. Sometimes curiosity and high spirits make us fill out our phones with a myriad of applications, as a result the phone becomes slower because it have to load so many things and the home screen phones become so crowded and messy because so many shortcut out there.

See also: How to Make the Samsung Galaxy SIII Feel Faster with Five Simple Tweaks

When you find your homescreen full of shortcut, then the solution you can do is to create a folder on your home screen and then classify existing shortcuts applications according to the category you want. Suppose you create a game folder for your favorite games or working folder for the app that you use in your work, etc.. This certainly bring benefits to you, you can easily access the app you want and your home screen will look more tidy and spacious.

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How to create folders on the home screen
With the features of the Galaxy SIII, now you can do many things very easily as written on the site, including to create a folder on the home screen of your phone. To do this follow the steps below:
  1. First of all you must be on your home screen. If you are not sure that you are in the home screen, you can press the home button which is located in the middle of the bottom of the phone. By pressing this button you will be taken to the home screen.
  2. Touch the menu button.
  3. Select "create folder" in the dialog box that appears.
  4. Now, you have a new folder on the home screen.
  5. Name the folder as you wish by press the folder.

How to move and organize application shortcuts into the new folder?
After you were successfully create a new folder on your home screen, now you can start to move and organize application shortcuts in your home screen into folders that you want. Follow the steps below to do so:
  1. Press and hold down the app you want to move until the screen vibrates.
  2. Move the app into the folder you want and the app will disappear from your home screen.
  3. To be able to access the app, go to the folder and you will find it there.
  4. You can do the same thing for another app you want to move to the folder you want.

See also: Samsung Galaxy S3 Home Screen Setup: How to Delete, Add, Arrange, Change It Easily

Well, it's so easy to create a new folder on the home screen and organize your app. Now your home screen will be more tidy and spacious, this course will make it more pleasant to look at. So, do you have tried it on your phone? If so, you can share your experiences through the comment below :)


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