Easily Screenshot An Entire Web Page With Skitch

Skitch, the popular screenshotting tool for Mac, has a very cool webpage feature that might not be evident just by using it. I know I’ve been using Skitch for nearly four years and never discovered that you can easily drag a URL from your browser onto Skitch and have it take a screenshot of the entire web page.

There are obviously other ways of capturing an entire webpage, like Site2Pic, which doesn’t require any installation, but if you already use Skitch, it’s a very neat feature to have handy.


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