Split screens allow you to view multiple applications at once so that you can keep track of several tasks simultaneously. This feature is especially useful when working in an office environment where you need to collaborate with others.
Launch Mission Control.
If you’ve ever used a PC, then you’re probably familiar with the idea of using split-screen functionality. It’s easy enough to use on Windows machines, but there’s no native support for it on macOS. Fortunately, there’s a simple workaround.
Click the icon at the top left corner of the screen.
Once you click the icon, you’ll see a menu pop up. Select “Split View.”
Select Window > Arrange By > Side by Side.
Now you can drag any window into the other one. If you want to move them back together again, select both windows and then press Command + W.
Drag one window over another.
This feature was introduced in macOS Mojave, so if you haven’t upgraded yet, you might not see it. However, you can still use it by dragging a window onto an existing window.
Release the mouse button when you’ve positioned them where you want.
Once you’ve split the screen, you can drag one of the windows into another space on the desktop. If you release the mouse button while you’re moving the window, it will snap back to its original position.