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Creating a new window with drag-and-drop
iPadOS 13 uses the drag-and-drop feature of iOS 11. In iOS 11, you can select items, text, and links, and then put them in another app.
Now you can do the same with parts of an app. This can be a note in the Notes app, an email in the mail app, or a link in Safari. The easiest way to learn this new mechanism is the example of Safari.
Open a website in Safari, tap and hold a link, and then move your finger. You have just added a link.
Now move your finger to the right edge of the screen until it disappears. You will see a black bar and a Safari icon.
When you raise your finger, iPadOS creates a new Safari window with the link open.
If you want to open the window in a floating slide panel, drag the link (or an item you took)) to the edge of the screen, but pause before the black bar appears.
The page opens in a slide-over panel When you lift your finger.
Similarly, you can open a link from Safari in a new full-screen Wi Drag the link to the top of the screen. When you release, the Safari window will open in a new area.
Some apps (such as Safari) have a "Open in new window" option in a context menu. If you hold down to expand or open a page in an app, this option appears.
Managing and Closing Windows with App Expose
macOS users are familiar with App Expose. Just like on the Mac, App Expose for iPadOS 13 is used to list and manage all open windows for a specific app.
To enter the App Expose mode, swipe up slightly from the bottom of the screen to see the dock while the app is open on the screen. The icon of the current app is displayed in the dock. Touch it.
If you tap an app icon in the Dock while the app is already open, it will take you to the App Expose view.
Here you can see all open windows (full screen, split view and slide over) for the app across all spaces. Touch one of the windows to go there. If you want to quit a specific window or space, just swipe up to close it.
Note that the App Switcher also contains a list of all open windows for all apps. You can swipe up to a single window or a space with multiple windows to close it.
What if you want to open App Expose for an app That's not on the dock? Use the new context menus of the app.
Go to the Home screen and tap and hold the app icon. If multiple windows are open for the app from here, the new option "Show all windows" is displayed. Tap to open App Expose.
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Creating a New Window Using the App Expose  What if you want to start with a new blank window for an iPad? given app? For example, what if you want to create another window in Safari?
You can do this by using the new App Expose feature. As described above, first tap the icon of the current app in the dock (after gently swiping from bottom to top).
Here's a plus icon in the upper right corner. Tap to create a new blank window.
Practice Makes Perfect
At first glance, this might be the case It seems a bit complicated, as Apple did not emphasize these features. Many are hidden behind drag-and-drop options that do not apply to all elements.
If you're using iPadOS 13 and more apps receive updates that support these features, just tap and hold on items in an app to see if you can pull them out to create a window. Keep experimenting and you will find out when multitasking functions work and when not.
This is just one of the many new features in iPadOS 13 that bring the iPad closer to a true computer.
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