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The tvOS 11 has some impressive features including the ability to sync Apple TV home screen across all Apple TVs. With One Home Screen enabled, when you sign into iCloud everything on one Home Screen is automatically synced to all Apple TV devices.

To take advantage of this feature, you must be signed into with the same iCloud account on all of your Apple TVs. The best thing about this neat feature is that you no longer need to download and install apps after you have restored your device.

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How to Sync Apple TV Home Screen Across All Apple TVs

How to Enable One Home Screen on All Apple TVs

Note: tvOS 11 supports Apple TV (fourth-generation) and Apple TV 4K (fifth-generation). Hence, make sure your set-top box is compatible to use this feature. 

Step #1. First off, open Settings on Apple TV.

Select Settings on Apple TV

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Step #2. Now, click on Accounts.

Select Accounts in Apple TV Settings

Step #3. Next, you need to click on iCloud. If you are not logged into your iCloud account, do it now.

Click on iCloud in Apple TV Settings

Step #4. Finally, click on One Home Screen to enable it.

Enable One Home Screen on All Apple TV

How to Disable One Home Screen on Apple TV

Just in case you no longer want to sync apps and games on your Apple TV devices, you can turn it off with ease.

Step #1. Open Settings on Apple TV.

Select Settings on Apple TVStep #2. Select Accounts.

Select Accounts in Apple TV Settings

Step #3. Next, you have to click on iCloud.

Click on iCloud in Apple TV Settings

Step #4. Click on One Home Screen to disable it.

Disable One Home Screen on All Apple TV

That's done!

Signing off:

I find One Home Screen really cool. What’s your take on it? Feel free to shoot your views in the comments below.

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