WANT to screenshot an entire page on an iPhone? It’s possible!
Normally screen grabs only capture what’s on your page at a given time.
But there’s a clever trick that lets you save the entire page in one go.
Of course, the file will be very long – as long as the original page.
So it’ll be vertically tall and will require a fair bit of scrolling, just like a regular web-page.
First, make sure you’ve updated your iPhone to the latest iOS 14 software.
To do this, go to Settings > General > Software Update.
Then find a webpage that you want to capture.
Next you’ll need to take a screenshot: either the Home button and Lock Screen button, or the volume-up button and Lock Screen button, depending on your phone model.
It’ll save and appear in the bottom corner as a preview, which you’ll need to tap.
Then click the Full Page tab at the top, to the right of Screen.
Now click Done and then save, and the page will be stored as a PDF on your iPhone.
So why is this useful? Loads of reasons!
Maybe you want to save a full-length recipe or instructions on how to do something.
Perhaps you want to save a web-page for use or reading offline, when you can’t load any websites – like during a flight.
Or maybe you want a copy of a web-page that you can make notes on, for revision perhaps.
In any case, this clever trick will absolutely come in handy – so don’t forget it.
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