If your iPad Multitasking or Split Screen feature is not working, you can check if your iPad or apps support Multitasking. Also, check if your iPad is on auto-rotate or if you are using the Multitasking features correctly.
Tip 1: Turn on Allow Multiple Apps Multitasking is not a defaulted mode on your iPad in iOS 11. If you want to use Split View or Slide Over, you need to turn on the Allow Multiple Apps option under Settings > General > Multitasking.
Split View: In Split View, two apps appear side-by-side. You can resize the apps by dragging the slider that appears between them. Slide Over: With Slide Over, one app appears in a smaller floating window that you can drag to the left or right side of your screen.
The main difference between Split View and Slide Over is how much screen real estate each app takes up while using multiple apps. They also differ in functionality, each being suited to different types of tasks. Split View displays two windows side by side with a black partition in the middle.
Access Split View 2. Swipe up from the bottom of the screen to open the Apps dock. 3. Select and hold the second desired app and drag it off of the apps dock.
How to Exit Split-Screen on iPad. To exit split-screen on your iPad, simply tap and drag the bar dividing the screen to the left or the right. Release the bar when it's most of the way across the screen. If you want to close the left side of the screen, drag the split-screen bar to the left.
Many apps on your Mac support Split View, which lets you work in two apps side by side at the same time. On your Mac, move the pointer to the green button in the top-left corner of the window, then choose Tile Window to Left of Screen or Tile Window to Right of Screen from the menu that appears.
Split window view lets you put your contact list in one window, and each conversation you open in a separate one. You can drag your contact, and conversation windows anywhere on your screen to really personalize the way you use Skype.
How to view two Safari windows on your iPad
0:511:44Note slide one finger up from the bottom edge of the screen until the dock appears. And then releaseMoreNote slide one finger up from the bottom edge of the screen until the dock appears. And then release. Now touch and hold the notes app and drag it off the dock to either side of the. Screen.
If you chose Split View, the second app appears side-by-side with the current app. If you chose Slide Over, the second app opens full-screen and the current app moves to a smaller window that you can move to the right or left side of your screen.