Can someone please explain to me how multitasking on iPadOS works? I find it very confusing. I normally have about 10 tabs open in Safari. But yesterday I tapped on the Safari icon in my dock and a window opened with a single tab. I then remembered that if you hold down the Safari icon, you get a menu that has “Show All Windows” at the top. I opened that and saw 8 different safari windows including my normal 10 tab window all the way to the left. I tapped on that and I was back in business. First of all, how did I open 8 different safari windows? I occasionally will open a safari window side by side with another app, usually Drafts. But I almost always close that Safari window when I’m done with it. My other question, how do you know which one of the 8 windows will open when you tap the icon in the dock?
I’ve been using this multitasking for years now and it still doesn’t make sense to me. Does it make sense to anyone else in this group? The mental model on the Mac is so much easier to understand. I know they want the iPad to be easier to use, but I feel with multitasking it is actually more difficult than the “pro” Mac.