Safari gets many new great features in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13. A new download manager, desktop surfing class for iPad and many more. But one thing that is not talked about almost as much as a fine tuning in the Safari tagging screen. You can now take full-page scrolling screenshots of websites on iOS 1
This is more an iOS screenshot tagging feature than a Safari feature. It only works in Safari right now. We hope that Apple will enable this in iMessages and any messaging apps like WhatsApp in the future. Android phones have had this feature for a long time now.
How to take scrolling entire page screens in Safari on iPhone
Step 1 : Open the website you want to take a screenshot of on your iPhone or iPad.
Step 2 : Take a screenshot using the Volume Up + Page Button combination, or the screenshot combination that works for your device.
Step 3 : You will now see a small preview in the lower left corner. Touch it.
Step 4 : This will take you to the famous screenshot's comment and highlight view. You will notice that there is a new tab at the top. Click here Full page .
Step 5 : Immediately you will see that the entire web page preview is available on the screen. You can use the scroll bar to the right to scroll through the entire page. You can also select any tool to comment on the screenshot.
Step 6 : You can now press the Done button. Select here Save to files and then select a folder on iPhone / iPad or iCloud Drive. You can also press the Part button to send the screenshot as an email attachment.
Step 7 : Once you confirm the destination, iOS will save the screenshot as a PDF. You can open the Files app, find the PDF file and then share it with any app you want.
More iOS 13 How-tos
We are working to provide you with more detailed guides on how to use the new and amazing features of iOS 13. After reading our article on tips and tricks for iOS 13, you can you read the instructions below.
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