Last updated: January 2, 2023
One of the coolest features of Chrome for Android is the ability to take screenshots of an entire web page.
If you're on a webpage that can scroll down and want to capture all the content on the page, you can do that easily in Chrome.
Although it was introduced as part of the Chrome 94 update, using this feature requires a few steps to enable it
In this article, we will show you how to activate it and take a screenshot in chrome for android.
Take a Scrolling Screenshot in Google Chrome for Android
Enable screenshot feature of an entire webpage
- First, launch the Chrome browser on your Android mobile then in the address bar, enter chrome :/ / flags.
- In the window that appears, type Long Screenshot in the search bar.
- Now press Chrome Share Long Screenshots and select enabled.
- Once done, simply relaunch your Chrome browser.
Take screenshots of a full webpage
- First, launch Chrome on your Android phone.
- Go to the web page you want to capture.
- Tap the menu icon (3 dots in the upper right corner).
- Select Share in the menu that appears.
- In the sharing menu pop-up that appears, tap the option Extended screenshot.
- Use the up and down arrows to scroll up and down to select the part you want to capture.
- Press at the top right on Next.
- Well, it's over! In the pop that appears, choose what you want to do with your capture. You can choose to Share Capture,Save to device onlyt, or simply the Remove if it doesn't suit you.
If you don't have access to the snipping tool in Chrome on Android, you need to update your browser to the latest version.
Finally, be aware that this function also includes simple editing tools that will allow you to edit and annotate your captures before saving or sharing them.