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Thursday, October 3, 2019

How to Use Multiple Windows of An App on Your iPad

iPad Pro showing two windows of Safari with two web pages
Khamosh Pathak

The iPadOS 13 update brings new window management features that almost turn the iPad into a laptop replacement. With it, you can open multiple windows of the same app. Here’s how this works on the iPad.

Create a New Window Using Drag and Drop

iPadOS 13 picks up where iOS 11’s drag-and-drop feature left off. In iOS 11, you could select elements, text, and links and then drop them into another app.

Now, you can do the same with parts of an app. This can be a note in the Notes app, an email in the Mail app, or a link in Safari. The simplest way to learn this new mechanism is by using Safari as an example.

Open a website in Safari, tap and hold on a link, and move your finger. You have just picked up a link.

Tap and hold on a link and the drag it to the right edge of the screen

Now, move your finger to the right edge of the screen untill you see a black bar and a Safari icon.

Drag your finger till you see a small Safari box in edge of the screen

When you lift your finger, iPadOS will create a new Safari window with the link open.

Two Safari windows open side by side

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