Hello Chasers,

Have you ever come across an article or webpage that you found really interesting and wanted to get a screenshot for future reference?

I have on many occasions and my screenshot tool would only capture part of the page which was very frustrating because of this limitation.

The other alternative was to capture the URL address but then where do you keep it so you remember it for reviewing later?

This tool is a full-page screen capture that solves this problem!

I have found it to be the simplest way to take a full-page screenshot of your current browser window. Simply click on the extension icon (or press Alt+Shift+P), watch the extension capture each part of the page, and be transported to a new tab of your screenshot where you can download it as an image or PDF or even just drag it to your desktop.

 

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