Firefox Screenshots makes snapping what’s on your browser easy
NO MORE KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS.
REMEMBERING THE RIGHT key combo to take screenshots can be hard, but Firefox’s latest version, Quantum, removes the need for keyboard shortcuts with its Firefox Screenshots service. Select the screenshots icon (scissors on perforations) from the browser toolbar and hover over the region you want to capture. Depending on where you move your mouse, the Screenshots tool intelligently finds the correct box size, which you can change when you’ve selected the region. You can also take a shot of the whole page, then save or download to your computer with the downward-pointing arrow. The online screenshots library requires a Firefox account, but it’s free. There you can delete shots or change the expiration date if you need to hold on to the material. By default, they will save for two weeks.