I recently wrote and also made a video explaining six different methods to take screenshots on Chrome OS. Turns out there is one more way to do this!
Thanks to my friend Dymphe, I now know how to take screenshot of a specific app or a window on Chrome OS.
When I was a technical writer, I used a Windows keyboard shortcut to take screenshots of apps so that I don’t have to crop them after taking a regular screenshot. It used to save a lot of time for me.
On Chrome OS, whenever want to take screenshot of a specific app, I have been using the CTRL + SHIFT + ]] to take screenshots of the area where the app is displayed. Sometimes I even took screenshots of the entire desktop and then cropped them.
I don’t have to do any of that anymore!
Turns out, I can use CTRL + ALT + ]] keys to take screenshot of any specific app or window that is open. Here is a video of me explaining how this works!
Thank you again, Dymphe!