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Dual Window

Dual Window

Learn how to use Dual Window, which allows you to have two apps open at the same time.


INSTRUCTIONS & INFO
In this tutorial, you will learn how to:

• Access Dual Window
• Adjust window size
• Close a window
• Use picture-in-picture
 

Access Dual Window

1. To view recent apps, select the Recent apps key. 
 
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2. Select the desired app icon, then select Multi window.

Note: Only compatible apps will have Multi window listed as an option. If it is your first time using Multi Window, review the Multi window prompt, then select Next > Done

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3. Select the desired app to display in the bottom window. Select the Recent apps key to change the bottom app.

Note: For this demonstration, the Phone and Calendar apps were used.
 
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Adjust window size

Select and drag the Divider icon up and down as desired, then release.

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Close a window

Select the Divider icon, then select the X icon.

Note: Selecting the X icon will close the bottom window. Alternately, to expand one window and close the second window, select and drag the Divider icon to the bottom or top of the screen.

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Use picture-in-picture

 
While using apps such as Google Maps, Duo, YouTube or Chrome in fullscreen, select the Home key. The app will display as a Picture-in-picture window in the corner of the screen.

Note: You can select and drag the window as desired. Picture-in-picture is enabled by default on select apps. To view which apps can use Picture-in-picture, swipe down from the Notification bar > select the settings Settings icon > scroll to and select Apps & notifications > select Special access > Picture-in-Picture > the apps that can use Picture-in-picture will be displayed.

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