Android P feature spotlight: Quick Settings is now vertically scrollable instead of paginated
Google implemented revamped, customizable quick settings in Nougat, which meant users could end up with an extensive list of toggles. To accommodate longer lists, Google added pages to the Quick Settings. In the Android P preview, pages are gone. Instead, you can scroll up and down to see all your toggles.
In Android P, you can fit four rows of three quick settings icons before anything changes. That’s one more row than you get in Oreo, by the way.
Android P feature spotlight: Quick Settings is now vertically scrollable instead of paginated was written by the awesome team at Android Police.