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Todd Haselton | CNBC
My colleague sent me a tweet this weekend that reminded me of an iPhone feature I had long forgotten. But you may find it useful in case you ever want to take a screenshot of an entire web page to read later, or tag and send to someone.
To take a screenshot of an entire page on iPhone
- Open Apple’s Safari browser (it does not work in Google Chrome) and navigate to the site you want to capture, says CNBC.com.
- Take a screenshot on the iPhone. If you have a newer phone without a home key, do so by pressing the volume up and power buttons at the same time. (If iPhone still has a power button, press the power key and the power key at the same time.)
- You will see a picture of the website. Now click on the “full page” option at the top.
- Your iPhone will take a picture of the entire site. You can tap the square crop tool at the top left to retrieve a specific part of it if you want. Or press the pen tools at the bottom to draw on the page.
- Touch Done.
That’s it. Now you have captured an entire website on your iPhone and can share it with other people, read it later, draw on it or save it for later.