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If you're another social animal like me, you might be well aware with the “share sheet,” which is a small window that pops up whenever you tap on the share icon on your iPhone. Until iOS 7, the sharing options were limited, but the arrival of iOS 8 made it super easy to share photos, links and other items on different social media.

Well, we now know that Apple is finally making things better. That said, iOS 8 has an option to hide or rearrange the social sharing icons based on users' preference. Though the share sheet has become a lot better and gives access to many useful actions, many users still don't know that they can rearrange (and even hide) the sharing and action buttons to suite their personal taste.

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How to Hide or Rearrange Sharing Menu Icons in iOS 8 on iPhone and iPadSo here we've got the steps for you. You'll be required to go through them to be able to hide or rearrange the social icons in the share sheet on iOS 8.

Hide Sharing Menu Icons on iPhone and iPad Running iOS 8

Step #1. To be able to bring up the share sheet, you'll first need something to share. So, open up an image.

Step #2. Now tap the share icon to bring up your share sheet.

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Tap on Share Icon in iPhone Photos AppStep #3. Tap on the More option. Here you can edit your Activities.

More Sharing Options on iPhone Photos AppStep #4. To hide an option, simply toggle it off. Tap Done to save your changes.

Hide Sharing Menu Icons on iPhone and iPad Running iOS 8Rearrange Sharing Menu Icons on iPhone and iPad Running iOS 8

You can even reorder the options directly from the sharing menu.

Tap and hold on the icon you want to move and slide in the direction where you want it to be.

Rearrange Sharing Menu Icons on iPhone and iPad Running iOS 8Apart from social icons, the position of action buttons such as copy, slideshow, assign to contact can also be changed.

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Undoubtedly, Apple is improving its iOS by making these small changes. What do you think about this functionality? Do you know some more good hacks? Lets us know in the comments.

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