Have you ever been in a situation where you needed to read a webpage but didn’t have time to do it now, so you take screenshot upon screenshot for later? Well, did you know that your iPhone actually has a feature that lets you screenshot an entire webpage? It’s one of those features that not many of us were aware of, even though it was staring at us right in the face.
Okay, so here’s how you do it. First, you open the Safari browser. Unfortunately, this feature only works on Safari and not Google Chrome. Next, you type in any website you want to take a screenshot of, like greedyfinance.com. When the page opens, take a screenshot on your phone. If you have the iPhone 8 and below where the home button still exists, you take a screenshot by pressing the power and home buttons at the same time. On the other hand, if you have the newer versions, you take a screenshot by pressing the volume up and power button simultaneously. When you take the screenshot, you’ll see it on the bottom left part of your screen. Click on that, and the screenshot will take you to the edit section. At the top right part of the screen, you’ll see a “full page” option. Choose that option and your iPhone will show you the screenshot of the entire website. If you only want to keep a certain area of the whole page, you can tap the crop tool to do that, or you can select the pen tools if you want to draw something on the page. When you’re satisfied, click on “Done” and save it as a PDF.
And that’s it! It is that easy and convenient. Now you know how to take a screenshot an entire page and save it as one file, rather than taking 15 screenshots of one webpage and reducing your storage space. Pretty neat, huh?