Getting the most out of the iOS 11 drag-and-drop feature -


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Saturday, 29 July 2017

Getting the most out of the iOS 11 drag-and-drop feature

The "drag and drop" feature will come to iPhone and iPad after the installation of iOS 11. This is a very interesting novelty that has already been present on PC and Mac for a long time.

Now, drag and drop reaches the touch screens allowing users to move items like texts, images, videos and files from one application to another by sliding your finger on the screen.

In this article we will tell you everything you can do with the drag and drop feature on your iPhone and iPad with iOS 11 .

Take full advantage of drag and drop on iOS 11

On an iPhone the drag-and-drop feature of iOS 11 is limited to moving items within a single application . However, on the iPad you can drag and drop items from one app to another.

The easiest way to use this feature is from split screen of multitasking in Split View mode. Just keep your finger pressed on a text or image and slide it on the screen to the place you want.

As you will see in the video that we share next; You can move files to another folder in the Files application, move images from Safari to the Notes native app, pass links to your Safari contacts to iMessage, use shortcuts from the Dock and much more. Look look!

Everything you can do with "drag and drop" on video

In addition, the drag-and-drop feature also offers the ability to select multiple items such as apps, files and photos. To do this, you have to keep a finger pressed on an item and add the rest tapping on them. Very useful for changing pages of several applications at the same time!

Another of the most interesting ways to take full advantage of all the advantages of "Drag & Drop" is to keep your finger pressed on an element (remember: links, texts, images, videos, files) and use tactile gestures to return to applications That you have recently used .

As you may have noticed, drag and drop gives a lot of play on the iPhone and iPad . Undoubtedly, this is a feature that will facilitate the actions of users in their applications and improve the experience of use.

Via | Apple Insider

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