If you use the main GNOME application launcher (the fullscreen one similar to macOS’s Launchpad) you may have spotted two folders among the app launchers: Sundry and Utilities. These app folders ship by default; you didn’t create them. But perhaps you want to create your own GNOME app folders that appear on this screen. For instance: You […]
How to Add App Folders to the GNOME Shell Overview Screen, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
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Original article title: How to Add App Folders to the GNOME Shell Overview Screen.
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