Practical Chrome Tools for Screenshots Taking

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Below is a collection of some useful Chrome extensions you can use to take screenshots. Most of these add-ons enable you to capture a full page screenshot of your current browser window. Alternatively, you can select and capture a specific area. Once taken, you can then annotate your screenshots adding text and visual callouts to illustrate your pictures.  Check them out below and share with us your feedback.

6 Good Chrome Extensions for Taking Webpage Screenshots

1- Lightshot
'Simple and convenient screenshot tool. Select an area, edit your screenshot and upload it to the server. Lightshot is the fastest way to take a customizable screenshot. Simple interface, nothing useless and light weight.'
1- Evernote Web Clipper
‘Clip the web pages you want to keep. Save them in Evernote. Easily find them on any device. Some of its features include: clip any article or web page, clip to a specific notebook and assign tags, highlight key text from any website or article, use text and visual callouts to draw attention, ’

2- Awesome Screenshot
‘Capture all or part of any web page. Add annotations, comments, blur sensitive info, and share with one-click uploads. Now with free desktop capture!’

3- Clipular
‘Capture a region, visible content of a tab, or a horizontally/vertically scrollable page as a searchable image & bookmark it.’

4- Full Page Screen Capture
‘The simplest way to take a full page screenshot of your current browser window. Click on the extension in your browser bar (or press Alt+Shift+P), watch the extension capture each part of the page, and be transported to a new tab of your image that you can right-click to save-as or just drag to your desktop. No bloat, no ads, just a simple way to turn a full web page into an image.’

5- Take Webpage Screenshots Entirely
‘Take FULL webpage screenshots. Capture, edit and save them to PDF/JPEG/GIF/PNG, upload, print, send to OneNote, clipboard or email.’
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