Create a New Window Group When Multitasking on a Samsung Note 10.1

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  1. 1
    In order to proceed, make sure that your device is unlocked and that you're on the home screen.
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    Open the notification panel by swiping down from the top of the screen.
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    Scroll your quick settings panel left or right in order to find "Multi window".
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    If "Multi window" is not located on the quick settings panel, tap on the furthest option in the top right-hand corner.
    The option opens all of the notification panel buttons. You will be shown all of the buttons that have been placed on your notification panel.
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    Make sure "Multi window" is turned on.
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    Swipe up from the bottom to close the notification panel.
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    Swipe left from the right side of the screen.
    This will bring out the multitasking view. In this video, Gallery and S Note are paired.
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    Open two applications that you would like to pair together.
    We open applications by tapping and dragging them to the screen.
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    We can tap and drag Maps to the screen.
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    We can drag YouTube to the screen at the same time.
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    Swipe left from the right side again.
    You will open the multitasking view.
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    Tap on the menu button at the bottom.
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    Now, tap on "Create".
    This is the second option.
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    Now we can type a title for the two open applications.
    The applications are Maps and YouTube.
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    We tap on "OK".
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    When we want to open both Maps and YouTube, all we have to do is tap on "Maps/YouTube".
    The applications are paired as two Windows.
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    For example, if we want to go back to Gallery and S Note, we tap on "Gallery/S Note".
    We will have two Windows.
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    If we want to go to Maps and YouTube, we tap on "Maps/YouTube".
    We will have a paired screen that we have just created.
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