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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge: How to Open Multiple Apps at Once in Pop-up View in Android 5.1.1 Lollipop

In Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, the multi window feature gets an improvement because now you can not only open two apps at once in the split screen view, but also open multiple apps at once in the pop-up view. It's a cool and easier way to multitask in your phone because you can easily do several tasks(e,g: you can easily share a nice post you find while browsing to your friend via message and save it in a memo for yourself) without you have to access the recent apps list each time you want to switch among those apps.


How to open multiple apps at once in the pop up view?
You can do so by using the following steps:
  1. On the Home screen, tap Apps at the bottom right corner of the screen to go to the apps menu.
  2. Open an app and then drag down diagonally from the top left/right corner of the screen to view the app in the pop-up view. Repeat this step to open more apps in pop-up view.
  3. To adjust the size of a pop-up window, tap the required pop-up window and then drag out/in diagonally the edge of the pop up window to adjust its size.
  4. To move a pop-up window, tap the required pop-up window and then drag the circle icon at the top of the pop-up window to the required location.
  5. To switch among pop-up windows, tap a pop-up window of the required app. The selected pop-up window will be displayed at the top.
  6. To access available options of a pop-up window, tap the required pop-up window and then tap the circle icon at the top of the pop-up. The options are:
    • : tap this option to drag and drop text or image from one pop-up window to another. Tap and hold text or image in the selected pop-up window and then drag it to a location in another pop-up window.
    • : tap this option to minimize the selected pop-up window. When a pop-up window is minimized, it'll be displayed as a floating icon and always on top. You can also press the Home key if you'd like to minimize all pop-up windows.
    • : tap this option to maximize the selected pop-up window.
    • : tap this option to close the selected pop-up window. You can also tap the Recent apps key and then tap Close all button if you'd like to close all pop-up windows.

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