You're watching VisiHow. This is a video tutorial on how to enable "Keyboard swipe" on the Samsung Note 10.1 (2014 Edition).
In order to proceed, you need to unlock your device and go to the home screen.
Bring down the notification panel by swiping your finger down from the top of the home screen.
Tap on the gear-shaped settings icon.
The icon is in the top right-hand corner.
You need to tap on the "Controls" menu
Tap on "Language and input" once.
In "Keyboard and input methods", tap on the gear-shaped icon next to the "Samsung keyboard".
Scroll down to find "Keyboard swipe".
Make sure that "Predictive text" in "SMART TYPING" is turned on.
It needs to be enabled in order to activate "Continuous input" in the "Keyboard Swipe" mode.
If "Predictive text" is turned off, you won't be able to access certain "Keyboard swipe" functions.
We tap on "Continuous input" to select it.
Now, since "Continuous input" is turned on, we can go back by tapping on the back arrow.
The arrow is next to "Samsung keyboard settings".
Tap on the search icon.
This will allow you to type text.
Now, you can drag your finger across the keyboard to type.
This is the "Keyboard swipe" mode.
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Video: Enable Keyboard Swiping on a Samsung Note 10.1
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