How to Take Screenshot on a Web­site using Clip­u­lar Chrome Extension

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How often do you bookmark or save a webpage because you were interested in the entire content? While you might be interested in a specific section or something small, such as a comment or paragraph, you must have bookmarked that link, right?

If the link is now hosted for dynamic content, bookmarking the page will not help. On your desk, if it was something physical, you could easily have grabbed your scissors and cut out parts to save for future use. Today we will tell you how to do something similar on the internet.

Clipular is a Chrome extension that gives you access to three tools: scissors, Camera and clipboard; which means you can cut out sections of a website, click on a picture of the whole page and save it to your clipboard. It’s like bookmarks, but better because you bookmark what you want and do it regardless of the content type (static or changing).

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Using Clipular

After installing Clipular, you can be C. like icon easy. Imagine this is a box of your tools.

Clipular Icon

Now if you click on this icon, you will see only one tool: Clipboard. Where are the others?

Clipboard only

Well, you must associate the extension with an account on Clipular for them to appear.

All tools

You can log in with your Facebook or Google account. Clipular claims that they don’t share your information with either, so you can be sure of what you’re storing with them.

Log in to Clipular

Note: If you try to use the tool without creating an account, you will get an error message “Error – link first extension from Clipular …”.

Once your account is set up, you can go back to any website, click the C. icon and choose your tool. You can also use the right mouse button or Alt + C combination to select the scissors tool.

Right click option

Once you do that, you will see white cross lines on screen. Drag the handles over the area you want to capture.

Scissor Tool

As already mentioned, it is Camera tool will take a snapshot of everything. Now all this content will be moved to your clipboard and associated with your account, which in turn is your bookmark store. You can navigate to the interface by clicking on the Clipboard tool.

Clipboard interface

The image above shows what I have in store. Click on a thumbnail to enlarge it and view the details. The page header at the bottom of each thumbnail acts as a link to the bookmarked page. Click it again to shrink it. You can also right-click on any of them for additional options (save the cutouts, share URL, etc.).

Clipboard Right click

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Conclusion

This tool really helped me reduce the number of bookmarks. Plus, I don’t have to open a link and search for the content I wanted to save the web page for. It’s easy to use, saves you time, and offers a decent approach to save (bookmark) what you need.

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The time to complete the How to Take Screenshot on a Web­site using Clip­u­lar Chrome Extension tutorial is 10+ minutes.

What are the supported Device?

PC Laptop or Desktop


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