A screenshot is where you take a picture of what is on your computer screen. This has been built into macOS for years, but now there are more features to give you more control. With a keyboard shortcut, you can bring up a panel to choose from different types of screenshots. You can also capture screen recording videos from this panel as well. This video also shows how to add markup to a screenshot before saving it.
- [Narrator] If you take screenshots in Mojave,…you will find some new extra controls similar…to what you might have seen before on an iPhone or an iPad.…A screenshot is when you take a picture…of what is on the screen.…And there are keyboard shortcuts for taking screenshots.…For example, you can use the keyboard shortcut…Shift + Command + 3 to take a picture of the entire screen.…I'm gonna do that now,…but I want you to look closely at what happens.…I'll hit Shift + Command + 3.…Then a preview of the screenshot appears at the bottom…of the screen for a few seconds,…and then it is saved as an image file on the desktop.…
Now let's do that again.…I'll hit Shift + Command + 3,…to take a picture of the whole screen,…but this time I'm going to click on that preview…before it saves the file.…Now, I get to see that screenshot before it is saved.…If I don't like it, I can hit the trash can button;…and if I do like it, I can hit Done,…and it will be saved as a file.…Now we have even more options with this preview,…but first, I wanna see some other ways…
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