Can I create app folder on Moto E home screen?
When you got your Moto E, you probably noticed that all Google apps are put in the Google folder in the home screen.
And you may wonder whether you can create your own app folder like that on your Moto E.
The answer is yes. It is very easy to create app folders on Moto E (this guide works on Moto G and Moto X as well).
How to create an app folder on Moto E home screen?
In Moto E home screen (any of the home screen pages), you can create an app folder when you have two or more apps on that page.
To create an app folder, you simply tap and hold one app, and drop it over another app as shown below. The app folder will be created automatically.
Once an app folder is created, you can drop other apps to it. In this way, you can keep your home screen well organized.
Of course, with the same method, you can add more app folders on the page.
However, you may noticed that the app folder created has no names. Sometimes, you mat want to name it so that it is easy to manage and to remember the location of the apps.
How to name app folder on Moto E?
By default, the app folder you just created does not display a name.
You can name it as you want.
To name an app folder, follow these steps:
- tap the app folder to expand it;
- Tap unnamed folder area;
- Tap the cursor to call out keyboard;
- Type the name for this app folder;
- Tap anywhere on the screen to save the name.
Can I create an app folder in app drawer?
Moto E does not allow you to create app folders in app drawer. App folder is only allowed on the home screens.
This is the limitation of the launcher. If you really need app folders in app drawer, you may have to use third-party launchers.
Can I create an app folder in Moto G or Moto X in a similar way?
Do you have any questions or problems in creating or naming an app folder in Moto E home screen?
Please let us know your question or problems related to app folder creation or naming in the comment box below.
More how-to guides , tips and tricks for using Moto E are available at Moto E how-to guides page.