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Sometimes you want a quick screenshot of what you see in your screen, but sometimes you want to take a screenshot of the entire webpage (including when you scroll down)
The tool I use for this is called Webpage Screenshot.
Why it’s the most powerful extension for taking screenshots?
* Annotate it with rectangles, circles, arrows, lines and text.
* Blur sensitive info by using the Spray.
* Print the screenshot – It’s awesome.
* UNLIMITED STORAGE for storing your screenshot online!
* Capture local files (ex: c:\)
* Crete PDF.
* Create Thumbnails.
* You can Save the screenshot on your computer as PNG file.
* Attach the screenshot directly to Gmail messages..
* Upload To Google Drive
* Post to facebook.
* You can EDIT THE PAGE before taking the screenshot (change any text, titles)
* Create note in Evernote (Like Evernote Web Clipper, buy we are capture entire page.
* Send captured image to any email address.
* Twett to Twitter.
* Post to VK.
* Send the screenshot to your mobile (By using QR Code/QRCode).
* Upload screenshot to WordPress gallery.
* Post To Google+ (Google Plus)
* Pin it to Pinterest.
* Send to outlook (hotmail/bing)
* Search the screen shot using TinEye service. (See if the image stoled from somewhere else).
* Create new post at Blogger.
* Post to Tumblr the screenshot.
How It Works:
- Once installed in Chrome simply click the camera icon to bring up the menu:
- You then have the option of choosing “All Page Screenshot“
- You’ll see it working and once finished it will bring up your screenshot in a separate tab with a menu of options.
- I usually use the “Save To Disk” option because then I can use the image wherever I need it.
- Take a look at all these options you have though:
- I really like the option of being able to save it to Google Drive, Dropbox, or Evernote.
Here’s An Example Of A Full Page Screenshot
(Warning: It’s Long!)
How About You?
Do you have a favorite Screen-capture tool?