Google Chrome has finally made the function of taking page screenshots available: here’s where to find the new option.

The many internet users who work with Google Chrome every day know of the small difficulties in taking screenshots of the reference page. After a long time, the Mountain View company has worked to implement a function that allows you to capture a frame without any problem.

Google Chrome has made it easy to take page screenshots – ()

Google Chrome is among the most used browsers in the world thanks to its many internal functions. Among these we now find a very useful one which allows you to save still frames from online videos without showing elements of the video player interface. A step forward that will allow some users to be able to work better on their content.

For years, taking a screenshot on Google Chrome was very complicated given the interface of the video player. Now, however, everything will change thanks to a default setting implemented by Google: let’s find out together where to find the function that will revolutionize your user experience.

How to take screenshots from Google Chrome: the new feature

Google’s development team is always working to provide its users with tools that facilitate their experience. The “Save video frame” function recently implemented on the home browser falls into this context. This function will allow you to capture frames from videos on YouTube without having annoying elements on the screen.

How the "Save video frame" option works – ()

All users will have the opportunity to save frames from any online video by simply selecting the option from Chrome’s quick menu. With just a few clicks you can capture all the frames you are interested in, so as to reuse them based on the project you have in mind.

Already in August, Google Chrome in its desktop version had made it easier to copy still frames in videos but it was necessary to paste the copied frame into a file to save it. With the new setting there will be no need for a process of this type but it will only be necessary to select the reference item in the default settings.

This tool will be very useful when it is released in its stable version, most likely in February. However, what Google has done highlights the great work it has done to support users who use the browser. In short, all that remains is to wait a few weeks to welcome a function that will certainly make many people happy.