As a blogger, I usually make many screen captures of websites. It supplies an article and it gives a quick overview of the site presented. I usually serve software (Gimp). If it is quick and simple, I found even better QSnap. This online service provides extensions for browsers. It allows you to make a screenshot of a website, edit and share …
QSnap is an extension for browsers. You can find on Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari. After basic installation, you will find a shortcut in your browser. Click above to get two options: capture a window and capture an entire web page.
After taking your screenshot, you are automatically redirected to the editing table edge. Inside, you will find options for:
- Annotate capture: rectangle, ellipse, arrow, text, caption …
- Cut the image: crop tool
- Blur the image
- Add an existing file
- Undo and redo options
When editing your screen capture is complete, you can click the button at the bottom right “Share” to save or share your work.
What tool do you use to make a screenshot? Do you know QSnap?