How to Take a Scrolling Screenshot on iPhone

How to Take a Scrolling Screenshot on iPhone

Taking a scrolling screenshot on an iPhone is rather simple and exciting. However, when it comes to a web page or PDFs, or anything more that involves a long list, the regular way of taking a screenshot on an iPhone doesn’t work. In such cases, you need to take a long or scrolling screenshot on your iPhone to capture everything in just one screenshot instead of taking multiple screenshots.

A scrolling screenshot is basically a long screenshot that is primarily used to capture long lists. It is helpful in instances where you have to capture one long list as you don’t have to take multiple screenshots.

iOS offers long screenshots as a native feature that can capture a long page or section by automatically scrolling until the end. It takes a page-by-page screenshot and then stitches them together. You can then further edit or convert it to any other format using the built-in tool. Follow the steps below to learn how to take a scrolling screenshot quickly on your iPhone.

Step 1: Press the Volume Up + Side button on iPhones with Face ID or the Side + Home button on Touch ID devices simultaneously to take a screenshot. Then tap on the screenshot preview that appears on the bottom left corner. It would help if you were quick to do it, as the preview will disappear automatically after a few seconds.

Step 2: In the screenshot editor, choose the Full Page tab right next to the Screen tab. After that, iPhone will capture the entire screen and offer you a preview. This option will only show up when you are using Safari or browsing a long PDF.

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