Video How to: Using iOS 4.2 on the iPad Part 2: App Folders

Video How to: Using iOS 4.2 on the iPad Part 2: App Folders

Next on our tour of iOS 4.2.1 on the iPad is the App-a-holic’s favorite: App folders. Now that you have multitasking down from the last video how to, now it’s time to get that iPad organized with app folders! Until I got iOS 4.2 (granted it was the GM from before, but still) I had pages and pages of apps. My once well organized iPad had become a huge mess, kinda like my iPhone is now, well now with app folders
ah bliss!

Again, iPhone owners who have been using iOS 4 have been doing this for months now, but the days of cluttered screens are finally over for iPad owners now too! Here’s a short video showing you the ins and outs (and drags and drops) of making and using app folders on the iPad:

Summary:

  • Just like deleting apps, press and hold an app until they all jiggle
  • Drag on app onto another to create a new folder
  • Drag apps into existing folders to organize
  • Drag a folder to the dock to help move apps from several screens
  • Tapping an app folder lets you move apps from the folder or change the folder’s name.
  • You can have twenty apps in a folder on the iPad and six apps on the dock.

Last but not least: Find my iPhone (or iDevice since it works with the iPad too)

Read next: Video How to: Using iOS 4.2 on the iPad Part 3: Find my device

Shh. Here's some distraction

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