Google Chrome is one of the most-used web browsers as of late, and it brings ease-of-use with its own line of apps that you can take advantage to make browsing a lot easier to do. With the Chrome Apps, you will be able to get into websites that are optimized for the browser, and these are installed into the program through the Web Store. Once you install a Chrome Web App, there will be an icon that will be placed inside the Apps Page. All of the downloaded app icons will be added automatically at the end of the line. But for those who want a more organized Apps Page, fear not as there is a way to have them all neatly packaged to your liking.
Organizing Google Chrome Apps Inside the Apps Page
Step 1 – The Apps page in Google Chrome can be accessed through the Apps shortcut located on the Bookmarks bar. if you can’t see the Bookmarks bar, you can enable it by going into the Chrome menu, and then heading to the Bookmarks > Show bookmarks bar. On the Bookmarks bar, right click on the toolbar and then select “Show apps shortcut” from the menu that will pop-up.
Step 2 – The Google Chrome Apps shortcut will then appear to the left of the Bookmarks bar, and clicking on it will open the Apps page on the current tab. Therefore, if you’re doing any kind of web browsing on the current tab, it will be replaced with the Apps page, so be wary of that.
Step 3 – Rearranging the Chrome apps within the Apps page is as easy as clicking and dragging the icon to the desired place. You can even move icons into different pages to categorize them in any way that you like. In order to do this, click and drag an application icon and head on to the panel found on the bottom of the window. As you drag the icon here, there will be a new horizontal bar that will be added to the right, which will allow you to place the icon on a new page.
Step 4 – You can create as many pages as you want and rename them within the Google Chrome Apps page. You can also click and drag as many app icons as you want into the specific application category that you want for a neater and more organized apps page.
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