How to Create a New Samsung Notes Folder on Galaxy Z Flip4

This post will walk you through adding a new personalized folder inside the Samsung Notes application on the newest Galaxy Z Flip smartphone. Here’s a quick guide to create a new Samsung Notes folder on the Galaxy Z Flip4.

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Time Needed : 3 minutes

One way to keep your notes organized is to place and group all relevant notes inside a dedicated folder. By default, all notes created with the Samsung apps are saved in the main directory. While there’s no problem having all notes in one repository, finding a specific note may eventually become a struggle when multiple contrasting notes already exist. 

Thankfully, Samsung offers an easy way for you to organize notes on your Galaxy Flip 4. All you have to do is segregate notes using dedicated folders. 
Outlined below is a step-by-step walkthrough on how to create one on the newest Galaxy Z Flip smartphone. Feel free to use this guide as reference if ever you need help in the process.

  1. To get started, navigate to the Apps screen and then tap on the Samsung Notes icon.

    Doing so will open the Samsung Notes app.

  2. While in the Samsung Notes main screen, tap on the three dots located on the mid-right center of the screen.

    Doing so opens a side menu with the option to Create folder.

  3. To continue, tap Create folder.

    A separate pop-up menu will load up next. This is where you will enter the name of the new folder that you're about to create.

  4. Simply type in the desired folder name in the provided text field and then choose any from the given colors.

    Pick a color that can help you identify the folder easily. As for the folder name, make sure that the name of the folder is relevant to the type of files it stores.

  5. After specifying the folder name and color, tap Add.

    The new folder you created will then be added in the Folders menu of the Samsung Notes app.

  6. To open the folder, simply tap on the folder itself. You will then be routed inside the folder.

    By then you can start adding and creating new notes or files in it.

  • Settings
  • Galaxy Z Flip 4

You can create multiple folders in Samsung Notes so  you can separate notes with images, audio files, pure texts and more. Creating a new subfolder inside a parent/main folder is also possible.

Optimizing Samsung Notes

Deleting a folder is one way to make and keep your Samsung Notes optimized. That said, removing unused folders is also recommended.

Removing unwanted or unused folders is also possible and easier to carry out. All you have to do is access the folder that you’d like to delete from the Samsung Notes app. Once you’re inside the folder, tap on the three dots located on the top-right corner and then select Edit from the side menu options. 

On the succeeding window, tap to select the folder. Doing so will activate various commands beneath the screen. To delete the selected folder, tap Delete all. Read the pop-up warning and then tap Move to Trash to confirm action. 

The selected folder and all its items inside will then be deleted from the Samsung Notes directory and moved to the Trash.

And that’s all about creating a new Samsung Notes folder on the Galaxy Z Flip 4 smartphone.

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