Extensions, add-ons, or even plug-ins are very familiar to us. We usually use them to make our life easier in terms of doing a very simple task.
When your client asked you to provide a screenshot on the entire web page, what will you do.
I am introducing to you these two awesome add-ons I am using for a very long time. Firefox is my most used browser so I’ve downloaded add-ons for Firefox. They are also available in Chrome.
Webpage Screenshot for Firefox
You can add it to Firefox through this link https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/fireshot/. You just simply need to click the green button that says Add to Firefox.
When you’ve successfully installed the Fireshot, this add-on will give you plethora of capture options. You can choose from capture visible area, selected area, entire page, browser window or even all the tabs on your browser at the same time.
There are also formatting options where you can place a text, a pointer, draw on it or even add an image. Not only that, Fireshot knows social media. Tweet button is readily available to see what you are up to with the webpage and let your followers see it.
See the demo here – getfireshot.com/demo.php
Fireshot is a cool screenshot tool if you want to add instructions on the image.
Awesome Screenshot Plus
Awesome Screenshot is also available in Chrome and Safari browser. What I love with this add-on is I would be able to upload it in the internet and just send the link of the uploaded screenshot image. Isn’t it very convenient right?
Capture can be done in multiple actions. You have:
- Capture visible part
- Capture any region
- Capture the whole page
- Crop any portion and show crop dimension
Saving is very easy. Once you are done with any of the capture actions, you can save it on your PC, upload it temporary to get the URL or even post it various social media profiles.
Now, you might want to try one of these amazing screenshot tools. I have to mention that they’re free! What more could you ask for?
In the comments below, I want you to share with me what other screenshot tool do you use and your experience using it?