The new release sheet in iOS 1
How to Use the New Release Sheet
Let's start with the part of the release sheet that is best known: the Apps panel. You can still swipe horizontally to find apps that you can use to share the data.
For example, if you share photos or links to WhatsApp, you do not have to apply a new method. The following describes how to customize this section.
Above the new Share Sheet is a Quick Share panel. This section lists nearby AirDrop devices and their recent iMessage conversations. This new panel lets you quickly share selected data in a message thread without having to search for the contact (as in iOS 12).
Below the Apps panel, there is a redesigned vertical scrolling list. This list is divided into several parts depending on the app used.
Favorites are displayed first. By default, this will highlight one or two of the most common actions for an app. For an app like Safari, it would be copying. For photos it would be photo copy and so on. This section is customizable, but we will discuss it in the next section.
Favorites shows all the actions available for the app. This is also customizable.
And at the bottom of the list you'll find all of your shortcuts in the shortcuts app (those that support the extension feature).
As you can see, the sharing sheet becomes confusing Use this option when you scroll through the Apps panel. The problem is that Apple did not add section headers. Therefore, there is no easy way to visually separate actions or quickly find actions from the long list.
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One way to reduce confusion is to customize the Favorites section. This way, your frequently used actions are always displayed just below the apps area.
Tap the Share button in any app.
Now the new approval sheet will be moved up at the bottom of the screen. You can swipe up to view the sharing sheet on the iPhone in full screen. On the iPad, the share sheet will continue to open as a menu.
Swipe to the bottom of the screen and tap Edit Actions.
at the top of the new control panel. A Favorites section appears at the top. This lists all current favorite actions. Below is a list of the actions for the app you are in. Below you see "Other actions". These are general actions for all available apps. At the bottom of the list you will find all your links.
Browse this list, and when you find an action to add to the Favorites section, just tap the plus sign (+). 
To remove an action from the Favorites list, tap the Minus (-) button to the left of the action name. Use the three-line handle icon to reorder the favorite actions.
Tap Done See the actions directly under the Apps section.
If you added actions from the "Other Actions" section, they will appear in the "Favorites" section for each app.
Some apps have their own action space. To add an app-specific action (for example, the Copy iCloud Link option in the Photos app) to Favorites, repeat the process from the Share app in the specified app.
If you detect a Switch to next to an action, it can be disabled. Tap to hide the action in the sharing sheet.
How to edit the scope
The behavior of the scope in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 is slightly different. Apple now automatically adds suggested apps to the bottom of the app list.
Overall, this is a good thing. It means that you do not have to manually activate apps in the "More" section. You may see a newly installed app at the bottom of the Apps section.
The suggestion engine, however, is not foolproof and changes depending on the app. If you want consistency, it's best to manually adjust the Apps section.
Open the sharing sheet and scroll to the bottom of the Apps window. Touch the "More" button here.
You will see two sections: Favorites and Suggestions.
Tap the "Edit" button in the upper right corner.
button In the Suggestions panel, tap Switch on the right side of the App Name window to remove it from the Apps panel.
Alternatively, you can tap the plus button (+) to add them to Favorites Favorites. That way, the app always appears in the Apps section. Once you've added it to Favorites, you can change the order of the apps using the "Treat" button.
The redesigned approval sheet is one of the many new features in iOS 13. Once you've updated the version, try turning on Dark Mode.
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