Windows 11 Start Menu to get named folders soon
Since the release of Windows 11, we could see that its Start Menu lost many features from its predecessor. One of the missing features is the ability to create folders.
Considering named groups and folders are no longer supported in Windows 11 many users left negative feedback regarding this change.
Now, it seems that Microsoft has finally heard feedback from its customers, and if we can judge from the Brad Sams tweet, the feature to create named folders and apps may be finally coming back to Windows 11.
Coming soon ™ to Start11 pic.twitter.com/TnP7eOkMsB
— Brad Sams (@bdsams) December 6, 2021
As you can see, this short video reveals this feature is coming back and currently is in the testing phase, which means that it will soon be released to Windows Insiders.
The process for creating a folder is pretty similar to the iOS process which includes dragging one app over another to create a named folder.
Anyways, it’s very nice to see that Microsoft has finally started to listen to its customers.