Android 101: how to tweak your multitasking pane

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In Android 11, Google has added new functionality to its multitasking pane or recent apps view — that handy flow of thumbnails that lets you view all your active apps and choose which one you want to use.

As of Android 10, you’ve been able to choose from three different ways, not only to access your multitasking pane, but to navigate your home screen. These three methods are named, appropriately, after the types of buttons that appear at the bottom of the screen: gesture navigation, two-button navigation, and three-button navigation. In this article, I’ll explain how Android 11 added a couple of interesting features to two out of the three methods. But first, here’s how you switch from one to the other.

Pull down from the top of the screen to access your app drawer, and tap on your setup icon (the cog in the lower right corner) Grid View <em>If you have Android 10, select “System” > “Gestures” > “System navigation”</em>” /> If you have Android 10, select “System” > “Gestures” > “System navigation” <img src= <em>On the gesture navigation home page, swipe up for your multitasking pane</em>” /> On the gesture navigation home page, swipe up for your multitasking pane <img src=

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