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Twitter on new Nintendo Switch update: ‘Finally, the Switch has folders’

The Nintendo Switch has already been out for around five years, but it is only now that they are finally letting users organize their games into folders. In Nintendo Switch’s Version 14.0.0 update, the new feature called “groups” was added, and players can create a max of 100 groups with a max of 200 game titles per group. The 14.0.0 update also gave improvements to the Nintendo Switch’s Bluetooth audio volume.

The new update garnered many reactions on Twitter, most of which were Nintendo Switch owners wondering why it took so long for this update to happen. Let’s look at some of the best tweets regarding the Nintendo Switch’s groups update.

User @TheeMockingjqy was not shy to remind us that organizing games in folders is an old feature in other consoles:

@PsySmasher showed us a good representation of how Nintendo is feeling right now:

@TheNCSmaster thinks this update is a cause for celebration:

Insert obligatory SpongeBob meme below:

Speaking of updates, a good number of users are also still looking for an update to the Nintendo Switch’s themes. Currently, there are only two options – black and white. Since Nintendo has finally allowed folders for games, fans are now hoping for an update to themes.

User @Nintendeal shows only two themes in the console:

And here we have time traveler @ActualAero who gives us an important 2027 update for the Switch:

 

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