It's on the lower-left side. We'll note that "Phone" has an "X" on the far-right side, which closes the Phone application. "Contacts" also has an "X". However, "Messages" has the icon with two boxes that indicates that this option will give us the split-screen mode. That is for what the two rectangles are.
We'll see "No recently used apps." This indicates that in this video, no other applications that support the split-screen mode have been used. As we have seen earlier, the Phone and Contacts applications do not support the split-screen mode.
For example, we can tap on Messages. The application will be opened in the full-screen mode. The only time we can enable the split-screen function is when we tap the menu button. Then, we can choose to open applications with the split-screen option.
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