With the latest update for Nintendo’s Switch consoles, games can now be sorted into folders.
Nintendo releases update 14.0.0 for its Switch consoles.
Nintendo has been adding new features to the home menu of its Switch consoles over the years. Update 14.0.0, released this week, brings a feature that many Switch owners have been asking for since the console’s launch.
Sort games into folders
Games installed on the switch can be clearly sorted into folders from 14.0.0. This is especially useful for users who have downloaded many titles to their console. In this way, the overview can quickly be lost. After installing the latest Switch update, they no longer have to scroll all the way to the right of the home menu or use the search function to browse the library.
Creation of up to 100 folders possible
Folders can be created for specific genres or developers, among other things. Nintendo allows you to create up to 100 folders, each with space for up to 200 titles. And this is how it works:
Adjustments for Bluetooth audio devices
Update 14.0.0 also brings changes for Bluetooth audio devices. Here the volume can now be adjusted directly via the switch or via the volume buttons on the audio device. For this to work, the device must support AVRCP profiles. The maximum output volume for some Bluetooth devices has also been increased. When plugged in for the first time, the volume is reduced to prevent sudden and excessive audio output.