There are more features available in the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 that can be covered in one book (at least to keep it within a reasonable size). This article contains some hidden Tab 4 tips and tricks that you can use to improve your Tab 4 experience. What's more, some of these tips and tricks came from reader questions.
Create a Folder in the Apps Screen
If you want to keep the number of icons in your app screen to a minimum, you can create one or more folders within the Apps screen and then move icons into the folder(s). Start by tapping the Menu icon in the upper-right corner of the screen and then tapping Create Folder in the menu shown in Figure 1.
Figure 1 The Create Folder option appears second from the top within the menu.
Type the name of the folder within the Create Folder window and then tap the OK button. The folder icon with the folder name appears after the last app in the Apps screen. Move an app icon into the folder by tapping the Menu icon again and then tapping Edit in the menu. Within the Edit screen, hold your finger down on the app icon you want to move and then drag the icon on top of the folder icon. When you finish moving app icon(s) to the folder, tap Save in the Edit menu bar at the top of the screen (which is just below the Status bar).