Whenever I come across anything interesting, I like to share it with my friends. iOS share sheet allows sharing items or contents through various media like Facebook, Twitter. It also consists of several activity options like Add to Favorites, Add Bookmark, Print, etc. I make sure to customize or rearrange share sheet menu icons on my iPhone to quickly access the activity or media which I often use.
There are two ways you can rearrange share sheet menu icons on your iOS device. It's quite simple to do. Let's see how it's done!
How to Rearrange Share Sheet Menu Icons on iPhone and iPad
Step #1. First up, you need to bring up the share sheet on your device. To do so, open an app like Notes, Safari through which you can access it. In this test, I'm going to open Safari.
Step #2. Now, tap on Share icon.
Step #3. Next, you need to tap and hold on any app icon and drag it to the desired place. Likewise, press and hold on any activity icon.
Step #4. Drag it to the preferred spot.
Step #1. Once you have opened the share sheet, swipe left from right on the app/activity icons to reveal More option. Tap on it.
Step #2. Next, touch and hold on the tiny three horizontal lines next to any app/activity option.
Step #3. Drag it to the desired place. Then, tap on Done at the top right corner to confirm.
How to Hide App/Activity Icons in iOS Share Sheet Menu on iPhone and iPad
Step #1. Open any app like Safari on your iOS device. Tap on the Share button.
Step #2. Swipe left from right on the app or activity icon to reveal More button. Tap on it.
Step #3. Turn off the switch next to the option you want to hide from the share sheet. Then, tap on Done at the top right corner to confirm the change.
It's quite simple to customize the share sheet icons on iOS devices, isn't it? The option to tweak it brings more convenience into the play.
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