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How can I hide from the menu the apps that I have in the launcher?

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Yes, in its options I can't find anything related to that. Thanks for the suggestion.
 
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Did you install xposed framework first?

Well, if it doesn't work, you can try a custom launcher, like Apex or Nova.

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It doesn't work what? What exact option of Gel Settings are you talking about? Because there is plenty of them...
 
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It doesn't work what? What exact option of Gel Settings are you talking about? Because there is plenty of them...
Ops, sorry...
In GEL settings, go to App Drawer> Select apps to hide.

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Ops, sorry...
In GEL settings, go to App Drawer> Select apps to hide.

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OK, ty. But that is a manual solution. Isn't there something (at this point, even another launcher ) that automatically hides and shows the app based on the fact that they're showed in the home or not?
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