How to capture screen for blogging using Awesome Screenshot.
This tutorial teaches you how to capture screen for blogging using Awesome Screenshot browser extension.
This extension allows you to capture all or part of any web page and other application windows. And Add annotations, comments, blur sensitive information, and share with one-click uploads. Awesome Screenshot is the highest rated screen capture & image annotation tool on Chrome with over 2 million users!
The default option for saving an image is now storing the image on awesomescreenshot.com with no time limit.
1.Add Awesome Screenshot browser extension.
To add “AS” to your browser, click customize and control on google chrome, select more tools from the drop down menu and select “Extensions”. Alternatively, click this link. In the case of internet explorer, select “add-ons”. In different browsers, you can add the extension in a different path.
On extension page, click “Get more extension” to add Awesome screenshot to your browser.
Type “Awesome Screenshot” on the search box and press “Enter”. The first search result will be “AS: Screen capture, Annotate”. Click on “Add” button.
Your browser will start to download extension file. Once download file, a small extension box will prompt. On extension box, Click Add extension to add AS to your browser.
2.Capture screen using AS.
Once you’re ready to capture your screen, select Awesome Screenshot icon from the top of your browser; select the way of capture from the drop-down list.
Share the contents of your screen. Choose what you would like to share.
You can select other Application windows that running in the background of the screen.
3. Edit and Annotate the screenshot.
Once you captured the screen, Edit and annotate the capture with simple tools for your blog. Once you finish with editing, select Done .
Permanently store and organize your images by the project. Save the image file in jpeg and png formats to a local folder.