How To Do Multi Window On Motorola Moto Z2

How To Do Multi Window On Motorola Moto Z2
How To Do Multi Window On Motorola Moto Z2

In this article, we will show you how to use the multi-window feature on your Motorola Moto Z2. This feature allows the user to run two different applications simultaneously displaying on a split screen or multiple windows. This helps when it is necessary for you to have the other application opened without the trouble of switching back and forth, especially for tool such as calculators, copying from files, or reading messages while doing work, and other multi-tasking needs. If you have no idea how to make use of this on your Moto Z2, please read on.

Below are the steps on how to first enable the Split Screen and Multiple Window mode on your Motorola Moto Z2, and how to use some of their features:

How to Enable Multi Window Mode


Enabling Multi Window Mode is done under your Moto Z2 Settings. If you have trouble finding it, refer to the steps below:

  1. Switch your Motorola Moto Z2 on
  2. Proceed to the Settings menu
  3. Under the Device options, find Multi Window
  4. Tap the Multi Window toggle switch on the upper-right corner of your screen
  5. Check the box if you want to select Multi Window mode as default


When you have successfully enabled Multi Window Mode on your Motorola Moto Z2, you should be able to see a gray semi-circle on your screen. This half circle indicates that your phone is now running Multi Window Mode.

To start running this, tap on the semi-circle on your screen. This will open a window and fill the screen. You then need to choose the applications you want to open and drag them to which window you want to open it in. You also have the option to change window sizes by clicking and holding the gray circle, and dragging it to the intended size and position. You may now enjoy working with multiple windows at once on your Motorola Moto Z2 on split screen.

To disable this feature, you may proceed to Settings, follow the same steps above, and toggle Multi Window Mode off.

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