How to Take Full-Page or Scrolling Screenshot on Your Android Phone
There always comes a time when you want to screenshot a portion of a thread of the conversation or capture a full page of a specific website. Previously, you would have to take multiple screenshots and then arrange them in order. Now, all you have to do is take a single screenshot and choose how much of the page or content you want to capture. The new feature is available in Android 12 and you can take advantage of it right now. If you are unfamiliar, we will tell you how to take a full-page or scrolling screenshot on your new Android phone.
This is How You Can Capture More Content on Your Android Phone Using a Full-Page or Scrolling Screenshot
If you are not sure what scrolling screenshots are, it allows you to capture more content on the screen packed in a single screenshot. You can use the feature to take screenshots of apps and much more. If you are not sure how to take a full-page pr scrolling screenshot on your Android phone, simply follow the step-by-step instructions listed below.
1. The first thing that you have to do is make sure that your Android phone supports scrolling screenshots on Android 12.
2. Now, navigate to the app that you want to take a scrolling screenshot of and then press the Power button and Volume Down button to take a screenshot.
3. Once the screenshot is captured, you will see it hovering in the bottom left corner of the screen.
4. Next to the hovering screenshot, you will see a Capture More button, tap on it.
5. Your phone will redirect you to a new screen which will display the entire content of the app that you are in. You can grab the screenshot and drag it down to the amount of content that you want in the screenshot.
6. A little magnifying glass will assist you in selecting the right amount of content.
7. Once you are done, simply tap on the Save button.
This is all that you have to do to take a full-page or scrolling screenshot on your Android phone. Just like a standard screenshot, you have all the editing options available which will allow you to select or doodle on the content of the scrolling screenshot. In addition, you also have the option to crop the full page screenshot.
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This is all there is to it, folks. Share your experience of taking a scrolling or full page screenshot in the comments.
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