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What Is Realme UI 4.0 Shelf Feature And How To Use It

Realme UI 4.0, based on the Android 13 update, brings many new highlights like vibrant theme colors, optimized task management tools, improved security and privacy, always new display style, refined visual effects, and more features. Apart from this, the Chinese tech giant has developed an interesting shelf feature on your Realme UI 4.0 device.

Realme UI 4.0 Shelf Feature:

The Realme Shelf feature allows you to use your device efficiently and provide a seamless experience, and you can search for information from your favorite widgets. In addition, OnePlus introduced a more advanced Global search option with its Shelf feature. This feature allows you to search for files, contacts, settings, and more.

Moreover, this feature comes with eight different widgets, including Step teacher, Weather, Popular apps, Sporting events, Clock, Phone, Phone Manager, and Spotify. Plus, it brings a Smart suggestion feature that shows upcoming events and reminders at the top of the Shelf. 

With the Realme UI 4.0, the Shelf feature now opens up by the Swipe down from the device’s display. This feature is accessible from anywhere from the Home screen. Here, in this article, we are sharing guides for how to enable the Realme Shelf feature on your device.

How To Enable Realme Shelf Feature:

  • Go to the device’s Settings
  • Scroll down and tap on the Home Screen & Lock Screen
  • Find and tap on the Swipe down on the Home screen
  • Select Shelf, and it’s done

How To Add Widgets On Realme Shelf:

  • First, Swipe down on the Home screen
  • Tap on the Button 
  • Choose the Widgets that you want to add
  • Finally, click on the Add option, and it’s done.
  • Plus, you can adjust the Widgets’ place on the Shelf by tapping and holding and dragging and down.

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Sanz Miller

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