You can now make folders within menu with One Ui 5 for Galaxy Watch
Samsung has released the One UI Beta 5 for the Galaxy Watch, and it includes a new feature that many users have been requesting: the ability to create folders. This will allow users to organize their apps into groups, making it easier to find the apps they need.
To create a folder, simply long-press on an app icon and drag it onto another app icon. A new folder will be created, and you can add more apps to it by dragging them into the folder. You can also rename the folder by tapping on the three dots in the top right corner of the folder and selecting "Rename."
Folder created in One Ui 5 beta
The One UI Beta 5 also includes a number of other new features and improvements, including:
A new sleep coaching feature that helps users improve their sleep habits
SmartThings integration that allows users to control their smart home devices from their watch
Personalized heart rate zones that help users track their fitness progress
A smarter SOS implementation that makes it easier for users to get help in an emergency
If you have a Galaxy Watch, you can sign up for the One UI Beta 5 program through the Samsung Members app. The beta program is currently available in the US and South Korea.
Here are some of the benefits of using folders on your Galaxy Watch:
Organization: Folders can help you keep your apps organized and easy to find.
Space saving: Folders can help you save space on your watch by consolidating multiple apps into one place.
Customization: You can customize the name and appearance of your folders to make them look the way you want.
If you're looking for a way to improve the organization and functionality of your Galaxy Watch, then creating folders is a great option.