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Sunday, 13 May 2018

25 multitasking tricks for iPad, do you know them all?



After the official launch of iOS 9, Apple finally introduced multitasking on their iPad devices. But iOS multitasking goes far beyond the functions Slide Over, Split View and Picture-in-Picture ...

There are numerous tactile gestures, features and features that allow iPad users to enjoy multitasking and its advantages. And in this article we will explain

A few months ago, we published a comprehensive guide on the multitasking of iOS 11 talking about how the new design functions Slide Over, Split View and Picture-in-Picture on the iPad. But this time, we give you a series of additional tricks that you may have overlooked so far.


25 tricks of the multitasking of iOS 11 for iPad

1. Change apps with the Dock


While you are using any application, you can activate the Dock by sliding your finger up from the bottom of your iPad to switch to another application.
2. Return to the home screen

You can return to the home screen using a tactile gesture, just hold four or five fingers on the screen and close them to the palm of your hand.
3. How to switch between apps

There are many ways to enjoy the multitasking of iOS 11 . If you are using an application and want to change to another one more quickly, slide with four or five fingers on the screen to one side to return to the recently opened application.
4. Take a look at other apps

But you do not have to change to another application just to see its content. You can take a quick look by using the previous function (sliding four fingers) between different apps.
5. How to open the App Switcher


It is possible to activate the App Switcher and the Control Center to choose (and close) between all your open applications by simply sliding a finger up on the screen.
6. How to close applications

After opening the Control Center and the App Switcher of iOS 11, you only have to swipe up on the application you want to close.
7. How to start Slide Over


You can use Slide Over to use a foreground application while another second app is in the background dragging an application from the Dock to the center of the screen.
8. How to start Split View


To activate the Split View function and use two apps in split screen , you will have to drag an application from the Dock to the edge of one side of your iPad.
9. How to activate Split View from the home screen

It is also possible to open two applications in Split View mode from the home screen. You just have to keep the icon of an app pressed, click on another app, and drop it on the side .
10. Identify grouped apps

By using Split View, you can group several applications . Take a look at the Control Center and you will see how you can close both at the same time.
11. Close application groups

Obviously, you can close the grouped applications from the Control Center of iOS 11.
12. How to replace apps in Split View

With Split View active, drag a new application from the iOS 11 Dock to the application you want to replace.
13. Resize in Split View

You can resize each application in Split View by keeping your finger pressed on the line that divides each app and moving it to the side.
14. Exchange the position of the apps in Split View

It is also possible to exchange their positions by keeping one finger pressed on top of one application to where the other is.
15. How to replace an app in Slide Over

You can replace an app in Slide Over by simply dragging a new app from the Dock.
16. How to open apps with active Slide Over

Another of the most interesting functions of the iPad multitasking is to keep the Slide Over function active while you open another app in the background from your Dock.
17. How to hide apps with Slide Over

You can hide an application while using the Slide Over function by sliding your finger from the top of the app to the right side of your iPad.
18. How to go from Slide Over to Split View


If you want to quickly move from Slide Over to Split View on your iPad, swipe your finger from the top of the application in Slide Over up or down.
19. How to go from Split View to Slide Over

You will only have to follow the same process in reverse, that is, by sliding your finger from the top of the app in Split View down.
20. How to activate Slide Over and Split View

Additionally, you can also activate Split View and then Slide Over (drop the app on the line that divides both apps) to use three applications at the same time.
21. How to use three apps at the same time



You can interact with all three applications at the same time (iPad Pro) by sliding your finger up, pressing links, and even dragging items from one app to another.
22. How to convert Slide Over into a Split View window

To carry out this trick, you will have to keep your finger pressed at the top of an app in Slide Over and drag to an app in Split View.
23. How to activate Picture-in-Picture


Many applications, such as Safari, have a special button to enable Picture-in-Picture in the user interface of full-screen video playback. But it can also be enabled by pressing the start button on the iPad.
24. How to use Spotlight in iOS multitasking

You can use Cmd + Space on a keyboard to perform a search in Spotlight while you are using iOS multitasking.
25. How to switch between apps with a keyboard

And, finally, you can also use Cmd + Tab to change between the different open apps.
IOS 11 multitasking for iPad on video

Since 9to5mac have shared this video as a really useful tutorial to discover all these tricks of which we have spoken, so if you have any questions you should take a look to see how each of the features of the iOS 11 multitasking works for all Compatible iPad models.

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