Dropbox will be adding four new features to their desktop application soon. One of this feature will help you capture and share screenshot images of your desktop screen with the help of your keyboard buttons. This new feature is very easy to use. To use it first of all make sure Dropbox account is running in background (system tray). In this article we will show you how to capture and share your screenshots simply via your Dropbox account. Let's start it:
With brand new upcoming Dropbox release, you have 2 different options to capture and share screenshots
New Feature In 2.3.12
- Screenshot to Dropbox
- Move to Dropbox
- Import from iPhoto
- Much faster upload/download speeds for large files
How To Capture Screenshots?
- Press the ‘Print Screen SysRq’ Button
- Open ‘Paint’
- Paste the Screenshot (Ctrl + V)
- Finally, Save it.
Windows 8′s Optional Method
The above mentioned method also works in Windows 8 but it has another method to do that.
- Press ‘Windows + Prt Scr’ button together.
- Screenshot is auto-saved in ‘Pictures > Screenshots’
Mac / OS X
It has a many options to capture a screenshot.
- Command + Shift + 3 = Screenshot of the whole Screen.
- Command + Shift + 4 = Screenshot of custom part of the Screen.
Capture and Share Screenshots Easily With Dropbox
- ‘Ctrl + Prt Scr’ = A screenshot of your full desktop screen will be saved in the screenshots folder.
- ‘Ctrl + Atl + Prt Scr’ = A screenshot of the program window that’s currently open in the foreground.
Download NowYou can download the 2.3.12 Dropbox verion to start using this interesting feature. Screenshot to Dropbox is only available for Windows and Mac.
How to Disable This OptionIf you would like to disable this feature of Dropbox. Just follow these steps. First of all open Preferences and disable the “Share Screenshots” option under the Import tab. For better understanding check out given below screenshot:
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