Is it possible to install Manjaro with manual partitioning and btrfs subvolumes graphically?

In Manjaro 21.1 Pahvo, the calamares installer provides option to install Manjaro with full-disk btrfs install. But I want to install Manjaro in a laptop which has Windows 10 preinstalled, and I do not want to delete it for now. I want to dual-boot Manjaro in that machine with btrfs filesystem and necessary subvolumes and timeshift backup. Is it possible to do so from within calamares? If it is, it would be very helpful if someone would elaborate the process.
Thanks in advance. :slightly_smiling_face:

Having testing a Btrfs installation in VM recently, the installer automatically makes some sub-volumes to have it compatible with Timeshift. But currently we don’t seem able to manually set the sub-volumes at installation…

OK. Thanks for the clarification :slightly_smiling_face:.

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