Be Informed And Earn: Using Firefox Quantum? Here is How To Take Scrolling Screenshot Of A Website

Friday, March 2, 2018

Using Firefox Quantum? Here is How To Take Scrolling Screenshot Of A Website

Firefox Quantum which was released a few months ago is already making waves and trends on the internet. And I am so much loving it and it seems that it will become my new default browser both on mobile and on PC. One of the things I've enjoyed on UC browser is the screenshot tool which lets users to easily take a screen grab of whatever's on the screen. This feature is not available on Google Chrome but there are several toolbars and extensions (like Fireshot, ProShot, etc) that you can use to get screenshot on Google Chrome.
How To Take Scrolling Screenshot With Firefox Quantum

Besides UC browser, several Chromium-based web browsers like Slimjet and Vivaldi both have this screenshot tool that lets you to either capture the whole screen or capture a selected portion of the screen. But if you aren't using any of the aforementioned web browsers, if you are using the revamped version of Mozilla Firefox which is widely known as Firefox Quantum, you'd be glad to know that you take a scrolling screenshot or full page screenshot of a website with just a few clicks.

How to take scrolling screenshot using Firefox Quantum?

✔   First off, open the website page you'd like to screenshot.

✔   On the right-hand side of the address bar, click the Page Actions (usually the three dots) button.

✔   Now click on “Take a Screenshot” option from the drop-down menu.

✔   Then to take the full page screenshot of the website or webpage, choose “Save full page” in the top-right corner.

✔   The next option which is Save Visible is used to take the screenshot of the visible part of the webpage on your computer screen.

Not only that, you can also use your mouse to select the particular area of the web page that you'd like to screenshot.

✔   Finally, save the scrolling screenshot either on your system by clicking the download button, or you can upload the image to Mozilla’s cloud storage (It’ll expire in 14 days).

So, this is how you can use Firefox Quantum to snap long screenshots without any hassle. The screenshots you have uploaded can be accessed later using My Shots”. from there you can do anything you want with them like delete, share, download, etc.

Other Methods of Taking Screenshot With Mozilla Firefox Quantum

Apart from the built-in screenshot tool in Firefox Quantum, you can also use the Windows + PrntScr keyboard shortcut to take a screenshot with Firefox Quantum

Also, you can use the Snip tool in Windows if you want to cut an area or capture an active window. But these alternatives can’t capture scrolling screenshots. 

In addition to this, there are several Firefox add-ons that can help with full-page screenshots and they include Easy Screenshot, Nimbus Screen Capture, etc.


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