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Version 14.0.0 has just been released by Nintendo, and while it adds some Bluetooth audio stuff, the main point is the introduction of “Groups,” a new way to organise the console’s home screen. Previously, your most recently-played games were arrayed in a single horizontal line, and that was basically all the Switch could do.

Now, though, users can group their games into folders however they want, and then name them whatever they want. It’s a feature heavy users have been calling for for years now, and now that it’s here, anyone who owns enough games for this to matter will find that they can create up to 100 different groups, and store up to 200 games within each of them.

Here’s Nintendo’s official patch notes for the groups announcement:

And here’s how they work. First you create a group:

Then you pick what games you want to include:

Once you’ve made your selections you can arrange what order they appear in:

Then you name the group:

And there you have it, you now have a group of games:

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