Tuesday's Tech Tip

By: David Durnil

September 29, 2015 - Why aren't you using Awesome Screenshot?

Do you often use web pages to show students information? Would you like to be able to add comments to specific areas of these pages? You should try using Awesome Screenshot.

What is Awesome Screenshot?

Screen capture for all or part of any web page. Add annotations, comments, blur sensitive info, and share with one-click uploads.


Capture all or part of any web page. Add annotations, comments, blur sensitive info, and share with one-click uploads.


Capture

  1. Capture or clip selected area, or all visible portion, or entire page
  2. Supports PNG format
  3. Supports horizontal scrolling when capturing 4. Desktop screen capture

Annotate & Edit

  1. Annotate any image with rectangles, circles, arrows, lines and text
  2. Crop, scroll & show crop area dimensions
  3. Blur certain sections to hide sensitive information
  4. Copy the screenshot and paste it to Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, etc.
Save & Share

  1. Save to local hard drive
  2. One-click to upload to awesomescreenshot.com and get a shareable link
  3. Support for Google Drive (Gdrive)

Do you have an idea that would work in Tuesday's Tech Tips?

Email Mr. Durnil.

David Durnil

Assistant Principal

Don R. Daniel Ninth Grade Campus

Aledo ISD

Awesome Screenshot Introduction