Android 13-based One UI 5 brings lots of customizations for the Galaxy users, and it mainly improved the previous generation UI, rather than bringing something new. Among all the One UI 5 changes one which we have noticed is the Samsung Edge panel.
Edge Panel is Samsung’s offering that preserves the most important features and apps of your phone pleated to one side, and that side can be selected by your preference and choice. With the help of this panel, users can access their favorite contacts, apps, messages, and much more.
With One UI 5, Samsung has made a great change in the Edge panel, now users will be able to see the name of the app just below the icon in the panel. Earlier it was not like this, as there were only the icons presented which causes a lot of confusion.
But now the Galaxy S22 device owner will not face any confusion, as the company has greatly optimized it. This edge panel can be called a mini-app drawer as it provides users with an easy way to quickly switch to their favorite apps without leaving their current app.
Not only this but you can even customize the Edge panel with different options including, the Edge handles, Position of the apps, the Lock handle position, style, transparency, size, vibration alert, and much more. But here in this article, we will tell you the process by which you can easily enable the apps name in the edge panel.
How to enable the Show app name option?
- Open your phone’s Settings.
- Tap on the Display option.
- Now click on the Edge Panels option.
- Turn on the toggle to enable it.
- Now, open the Edge panel by swiping up.
- Then tap on the Edit option at the bottom of the Apps edge panel.
- After clicking on the menu option.
- Three vertical dots will appear in the upper right corner.
- Open the Apps edge panel settings window.
- Here you get to show the app name function.
- Enable it and it’s done.