For enhanced work efficiency, project the content of your phone onto an external display, swipe down from the status bar to open the notification panel, then enable DESKTOP MODE.
In DESKTOP MODE, the display of your phone will be arranged in a desktop layout, and operations on your phone won't affect what's on the external display. For example, you can edit a document on the external display while chatting on your phone. You don't need to worry about missing notifications, calls, or messages, as a red dot will appear on the notification panel on the external display to keep you informed.
Use Your Phone as a Touchpad
Use gestures as instructed to simulate mouse commands.
When no external keyboard is connected, click the text input box on the external display to bring out the onscreen keyboard to input text.
If an external keyboard is connected, the onscreen keyboard will not be available. In this case, you need to use the external keyboard to input text.
Project Your Phone to an External Display to Facilitate Your Work
Multiple windows: Open more than one window at a time to multitask.
File management: Save files to the desktop, create files or folders, and rename or delete files.
Quick search: Search for documents, multimedia files, and apps using the start menu search box.
Create app shortcuts: From the start menu, touch and hold an app and then drag it to the desktop to create a shortcut. You can also right-click an app icon and select the option to create an app shortcut on the desktop.
Audio output: Touch the audio output icon in the status bar, then select the external display or your Phone as the audio output device.
App projection: Touch and hold an app icon on your phone to view the projection options. You can now project and open the app on the external display.
Highlighter: Use the highlighter feature to mark projected content using the touchpad.
Exit Desktop Mode
Swipe down from the status bar to open the notification panel, then touch PHONE MODE.