How to Take a Screenshot on Google Pixel 7a (Easy Steps)

Whether you are an Android user or an iOS user, you will know how essential the screenshot feature can be. It can help you keep a record of everything, from important details of a conversation to funny memes and more.

The same applies to Pixel 7a users. Luckily, there are multiple ways to take a screenshot on Google Pixel 7a. If you’ve purchased a new Pixel 7a and you’re struggling with taking screenshots, then this guide will be helpful to you. In this guide, you will get to know how to take a screenshot on Google Pixel 7a.

We understand that taking a screenshot may seem simple to most, but for some, it’s a challenge, especially when switching to a new device like Google Pixel 7a. Fear not! This guide will walk you through four different methods to take screenshots on your Google Pixel 7a.

Each technique is user-friendly and designed to make the process a breeze, even for those who are not tech-savvy.

How to take a screenshot using hardware buttons

How to Take a Screenshot on Google Pixel 7a (Easy Steps)

The most common way of taking a screenshot on Google Pixel 7a will be by using a combination of hardware buttons. Here is how you can do that –

  • Navigate to the image that you wish to capture on your Pixel 7a
  • Simultaneously, you need to press the Power + Volume Down buttons

How to take a long screenshot on Google Pixel 7a

Not all screenshots have to be confined to the content you see on a screen. If an app or website can be scrolled, scrolling screenshots or long screenshots can make it possible to elongate the screen and capture more than the screen in a single image. This option will work on scrollable apps and websites. Here is how you can take a long screenshot –

  • Navigate to the page where you want to take the rolling screenshot (remember, it must be a scrollable page or app otherwise this feature won’t work)
  • Take the screenshot using the Power + Volume Down button
  • Once the screenshot preview shows up, you should choose the “Capture More” option next to it
  • Then, drag the edges to make the screenshot as wide or long as you want
  • Once it is done, press “Save”
Aviral Sharma
Aviral Sharma
Aviral Sharma is a talented and passionate writer who has been using words to express his thoughts ever since he learnt how to hold a pen. He is passionate about outer space, history, sports and most importantly technology. Aviral is a regular writer for and has been getting better by the day.

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