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How to sort the Galaxy Note 8 launcher app drawer alphabetically

Keeping all of the apps you download onto your Galaxy Note 8 organized can be a daunting task. Between email, messaging services, social media, and more, there are always apps you need to find easily. Thankfully, Samsung has made this easier, by letting you sort all of the apps in your app drawer alphabetically in its default TouchWIZ launcher. We've got the details on how to do it below!

Note: This guide applies only to the default TouchWIZ launcher that ships with the Galaxy Note 8.

How to sort your app drawer alphabetically

The easiest way to get your app drawer organized is to just go ahead and do it alphabetically. This can be done in just a moment or two, and makes finding new apps easy without much hassle on your end.

  1. At the home screen, swipe up to open your app drawer.
  2. Tap the overflow icon in the upper right corner. It looks like three vertical dots.
  3. Tap Sort.
  4. Tap Alphabetical order.

Questions?

How do you like to sort your app drawer? Does sorting your apps alphabetically help you find what you're looking for? Do you still have questions about sorting your app drawer? Let us know in the comments below!

Jen is a staff writer who spends her time researching the products you didn't know you needed. She's also a fantasy novelist and has a serious Civ VI addiction. You can follow her on Twitter.

9 Comments
  • I wasn't sure if I'd like the new app draw setup but it has grown on me now very fast excess. I like the direction the new samsung Experience is going
  • I have been very happy with it as well. I tried Nova but went back to the simplicity of Samsung Experience. The only thing I wish for is the ability to hide "homescreen page indicator".
  • Nova.
  • Nova Launcher is the best!!
  • Seriously???!
  • Ikr I personally see no reason to change the stock samsung UI it just works an believe it are not most people never change it . It's miles better then most stock UI if you ask me . And way more feature rich then boring stock Android in my opinion of course
  • Is this really something people need to be told? What's the next stirring article going to be? "Breaking news! How to adjust your brightness settings!",
  • Next, make a tutorial on how to make a phone call.
  • Thanks