Samsung keyboard It is one of the most feature-rich touch input solutions. It’s available out of the box for Galaxy smartphones and tablets, and it’s packed with customization options and useful tools. Today, we are going to explore some of the features of the Samsung keyboard that may help improve your experience.
In addition to the Samsung keyboard that offers powerful first-party features, the app also supports some third-party tools, including Bitmoji and mojitok extensions, GIF galleries through Giphy, Tenor, and more. We’ll also touch on a couple of “hidden” features you might not be aware of, so without further ado, here are some of our favorite Samsung keyboard tools, tips, and tricks.
Manage third-party Samsung keyboard accessories
To access the settings of the Samsung keyboard, open the file Settings The app on your phone, access “Public Administration,” Faucet Keyboard menu and default settings and choose Samsung keyboard. To view third-party keyboard extensions, scroll down and tap “Select third-party content to use.”
Here you can enable or disable extensions individually, including BitmojiAnd the MojitokAnd the jeffy and tenorAnd the spotifyAnd the The Google (subtitles and YouTube), and grammar, by clicking the “On” or “Off” toggle switches. Now, before you can use these third-party extensions, you need to add them to your Samsung keyboard toolbar. To do this, invoke the keyboard (for example, by creating a new document in Samsung Notes), and then click the three-dotted button in the upper-right corner of the keyboard. Finally, drag and drop the desired extensions into the toolbar. The latter can simultaneously accommodate up to 7 accessories and tools.
Manage custom symbols in Samsung keyboard
As you probably know, Samsung keyboard allows you to access more icons via a small popup by tapping and holding the period button. However, these icons can be customized to your liking. Here’s how.
As before, open a file Settings Application, access “Public Administration,” Faucet Keyboard menu and default settings and press Samsung keyboard. Next, select Custom Icons.
Here, you can use the interactive preview window at the top to customize your Samsung keyboard icons. You can select the icon you want to remove in the preview window at the top, then tap the icon you want to add via the keyboard at the bottom of the screen. Here’s the process visualized in the screen recording:
note: If you want the custom icons popup to stay open without having to hold your thumb on the screen, you can go to Scroll, Touch and Comment Across “Samsung keyboard” Settings screen and tap “Keep the icon panel open” switch on me.
There are two “hidden” features of the Samsung keyboard that you may find useful
Finally, here are some tips that may elevate your Samsung keyboard user experience to a new level. The app has some fairly hidden gestures which can be very useful once you add them to your collection.
First, you can use the spacebar to control the cursor. As you know, swiping left and right on the space bar changes languages (assuming you have more than one). However, clicking, pressing and dragging left or right (and/or up and down) on the space bar changes the position of the cursor on the screen. To use this feature, make sure Cursor Control was selected in “Touch and hold the space bar” existing.
Second, here’s a quick tip that might help you speed up your writing. You can tap and hold on a file “Transformation” On Samsung Switch Keyboard “backspace” inside “delete” On the fly. Here’s a quick video showing both Cursor control and the Shift + Backspace mission:
What are some of your favorite Samsung keyboard features? Feel free to leave a comment below.
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