Create Launchpad App Folders

While Launchpad isn't the first choice for launching apps for many Mac users, it is useful for those that want to organize and arrange their apps into groups of app folders. A well-arranged set of Launchpad screens can make working with apps easier.

Comments: 2 Responses to “Create Launchpad App Folders”

    8 years ago

    I have tried (without success) to put the LaunchPad folder on the Dock.
    Is there a way?

    8 years ago

    Dave: The Launchpad icon should appear on the Dock by default. But if it isn't there, then just drag and drop the Launchpad icon fro your Applications folder to the LEFT side of the dock.
    Or, do you mean a folder from INSIDE Launchpad? Those aren't real folders, just groupings, so you can't add them to the Dock. If you wanted to, you could create folders (like in Documents, and create a "My App Alias Folders" folder (or whatever), and then create named folders like "Office" (or whatever) in there. Then drag aliases (not the actual apps) into those folders. Then put those folders on the right side of the Dock.

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