Scrolling screenshots are pretty cool when you’re looking to capture an entire webpage or chats with someone in a single screenshot. However, as the feature isn’t that widely marketed by Apple, most users don’t know whether this feature exists and how to use it. The good news for Apple users is that the scrolling screenshot feature on iPhone works in many first-party apps.
Taking a normal screenshot on your iPhone is almost second nature but what if you wanted to take a long screenshot and capture everything on the page? Don’t worry, in this guide you’ll get to know how to take a traditional screenshot and long screenshot on your iPhone 14.
How to take a screenshot on iPhone 14
For taking a screenshot on an iPhone 14 with Face ID, you’ll need to press the Side Button and Volume Up button together. Pressing both buttons at the same time will save the image on the screen and show you the preview in the bottom left-hand corner. If you don’t wish to edit it or mark it up, simply swipe it away or do nothing and a copy will get saved in your Photos app under the screenshots category and in the Library.
How to take a scrolling screenshot on iPhone 14
With the native iOS option, taking a scrolling screenshot or “Full Page” screenshot will give you the PDF of everything on a document, webpage, email, or note.
- Take a screenshot by pressing the side + volume up button simultaneously
- Tap the preview option in the bottom left corner before it disappears
- Choose the Full Page option located in the top right corner
- The Full Page option only appears in instances where there is more than a page’s worth of content on the screen
- You’ll be able to preview all the pages, use markup, and more before you save
- You can even tap the crop icon to edit which part of the Full Page you would like to save
- Then either tap on Done in the top-left corner to save or the share button located in the top right corner