GNOME 3.30 Will Bring a Better Flatpak Experience to the Nautilus File Manager

In GNOME 3.30, which is hitting the streets on September 5, 2018, the Nautilus file manager is getting a much-improved Flatpak experience for both users and developers, a search engine for finding recent files, support for deleting the Desktop directory, support for right-clicking expanders, and better handling for the impaired. Furthermore, Nautilus 3.30 will get touch support for menus in views, a new “Show Recency” column in the Recent view, support for background actions in the path bar, a new path bar/search design, a new toolbar menus design, as well as the ability to expose active windows for the Ubuntu Dash.