Little-known iPhone feature that lets you capture an ENTIRE webpage
Little-known iPhone feature lets you capture an entire webpage instead of a small portion
- Relatively unknown feature lets you take screenshots of full articles
- By “full page” selection after taking Screen Capture users can save an entire article
- It comes after it has been discovered, you can take a screenshot by pressing the back
An iPhone feature that lets you capture an entire Safari web page at once has been shared on TikTok.
The trick is so simple that many iPhones have said they felt âembarrassedâ never to have encountered it before.
To take a screenshot of an entire page, including a discussion thread, recipe, or article, simply open the link in Safari and capture the top of the article you want.
An iPhone feature that lets you capture an entire Safari webpage at once has been shared on TikTok
Then open the screenshot by clicking on the small image on the left side.
This will open the page where the capture can be edited, at the top it will say “Screen” and “Full page”.
Select “Full Page” and the entire page will be available, with a preview showing the length on the right side.
You can then edit, crop and bookmark the page before saving it as a PDF on your phone.
The screenshot hack “works on any Apple device, but only in Safari,” according to a helpful tech assistant.
‘What! I don’t need to screenshot 200 times to get the full article? Thank you very much!’ a woman wrote.
The entire article, or search page, can be seen on the right side once you have selected “Full page” in the screenshot edit function
WHAT ARE THE SCREEN CAPTURE HACKS?
Screenshot of an entire article
Step 1 – Open the article in Safari
Step 2 – Screenshot as usual
Step 3 – Open the screenshot
Step 4 – Click on “Full page” at the top
Step 5 – Save the screenshot as PDF
Step 1 – Go to “accessibility” in the settings
Step 2 – Go to the ‘touch’ setting
Step 3 – Choose “go back”
Step 4 – Select “screenshot”
Step 5 – Tap the back of your phone “near Apple” to take a screenshot of new things
âI let out an audible sigh when I realized what was going on here,â another person said after watching the video.
A recent iPhone hack demonstrated how to take a screenshot by pressing down on the back of the iPhone instead of using the side buttons.
The little-known hack involves changing the settings to allow quick screenshots by simply double-tapping the back of the phone.
But the setting is only available on iPhone X and above with iOS 14.
The feature was revealed on both Facebook and TikTok, where thousands of people were thrilled with the new discovery.
To activate the feature, click on âaccessibilityâ in the settings, then on âtouchâ before activating the âbackspaceâ button.
Once the double or triple tap has been selected, click on the âscreenshotâ option to complete the activation.