Sometimes, You might want to take a screenshot of a page since you are worried that you will lose the items later. However, if there is more than one page to screenshot, capturing what’s on the screen so may be problematic to need to capture them in a single shot.
Luckily, iOS gives you the opportunity to capture what is known as a scrolling screenshot on iPhone, where you can capture the whole length of the page at once. It’s straightforward, so this is the very thing to do. This article will explain how to take a scrolling screenshot on iPhone iOS 15.
What is a scrolling screenshot?
A full-page screenshot, or scrolling screenshot, captures an whole page, webpage, document or email without you having to take lots of screenshots and then put them together. For instance, if you wanted to screenshot a 116-page document in Safari, you would only have to take a single screenshot to capture the entire thing.
How to take a scrolling screenshot on iPhone
With this native iOS option, taking a scrolling screenshot or “Full Page” screenshot gives you a PDF of everything on a document, webpage, note, or email in Apple’s apps.
1.Take a screenshot (press the side or top button and volume up button at the same time)
2.Click the preview in the bottom left corner before it disappears
3.Select the Full Page option in the top right corner
4.The Full Page option will only appear in instances where there is more than more page worth of content on-screen
5.Before saving, You can preview all the pages, use markup, and more.
6.You can also tap the crop icon (square-ish icon next to “Done”) to edit what part of the Full Page you will like to save
7.Select either Done in the top-left corner to save or the share button in the top right
AssistiveTouch Can Also Take a Scrolling Screenshot
You can also make use of the iPhone’s built-in accessibility feature to take a scrolling screenshot: AssistiveTouch.
To take a screenshot with AssistiveTouch, you’ll need to have the function set up in Settings > Accessibility > Touch > AssistiveTouch.
1. Make use of your set AssistiveTouch command to take a screenshot of a web page or large document.
2. You can Back Tap to take screenshot instead when set up for it.
3. Click the review thumbnail that appears in the bottom left corner of the screen once a screenshot is taken.
4. Select the Full Page tab towards the top-right corner of the screen to see what the scrolling screenshot will look like.
5. Click Done in the top-left corner of the screen to finish, then click Save PDF to Files (or Save All to Files if more than one screenshot is taken) to confirm.
6. Choose a location to save your scrolling screenshot. You can make use of the Files app to check it once it’s saved.
With the help of Siri, ( Hey Siri Take a Screenshot)
Siri is always available to help, too. Just say “Hey Siri, take a screenshot,” and the digital assistant will do the rest. You will then need to relate with the screenshot as in the first section to capture the whole page.