World News – AU – Chrome for Android gets amazing new screenshot option


Taking screenshots of websites could be about to be a lot easier for Android users Almost everyone who has taken a screenshot of a page has turned run into the irritating issue of not being able to capture everything in one frame

Google is currently testing a new screenshot option that will eliminate the need to take multiple takes to capture everything you need Known as a long screenshot, the feature will allow you to take screenshots. scrolling screens that take up an entire web page

This is something Google has played with in beta versions of Android 11 before, but it looks like the company has decided the option is better suited for Chrome than its mobile OS

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Scrolling screenshot option tested in beta versions of Android 11 did not reach final release, but now appears to have migrated to Google’s mobile web browser The new ability will be welcomed by anyone who has been frustrated with taking too many screenshots and stitching them together, or who have had to resort to third-party tools.

While the Experimental Indicator is not yet available – even in the experimental Canary version of Chrome for Android – the description gives a good idea of ​​what to expect when Google makes it available in the browser:

For now, references to the feature have only been spotted in Chromium Gerrit, and there’s no telling when – or, indeed, if – the Long screenshot option will arrive on handsets that Chrome users will be able to experiment

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