Because everything is available on the phone, it has become a source of illumination for us. Saving data and images from the internet is a common practice these days. Taking screenshots of websites is common practice. To help us, Android 12 includes a new feature that allows us to take a single screenshot and choose how much content we want to capture from the page. The full-page or scrolling screenshot is the name of this new feature.
First and foremost, what exactly is a scrolling screenshot? Scrolling screenshots enable the user to capture more content in a single screenshot or to provide a “panoramic” screenshot of the screen. We’ll show you how to take a scrolling screenshot in this section.
- The first step is to ensure that your device supports scrolling screenshots on Android 12.
- Next, open the page, app, or screen you want to screenshot and press the power and volume buttons together to take the screenshot.
- After taking the screenshot, it will float in the bottom left corner of the screen.
- A button with the label “Capture more” is visible in the hovering screenshot; tap on it.
- Your phone will now take you to a new screen. That screen will show the entire screen content you took a screenshot of. You can now resize the screenshot to your liking.
- A small magnifying glass is useful in determining the appropriate amount of content.
- Once you’ve determined the best size for you, click the save button to save your scrolling screenshot.
There is no new skill to aid in the capture of a screenshot; instead, the same old method is used. You’ll get the “editing” options, just like in the old days, where you can crop or doodle on the content of the scrolling screenshot.
It is a good upgrade that everyone will appreciate, especially those more interested in simply swooping around other people’s content.