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The Snapito! bookmarklets are a great way to take snapshots directly from the page you are visiting - and they’re much simpler than a browser plugin. All you need to do is drag them to your bookmark bar on your browser.
The simplest and most useful bookmarklet is the ‘Screenshot’ bookmarklet, this simply screenshots the entire current web page and downloads it as a PNG file.
For Pinterest users, when you’re visiting a cool new website and you’d to share the website with others users all you have to do is click on our Pinterest bookmarklet and it’ll snapshot the website for you. It will then send you to the Pinterest page to create a new Pin. How much simpler can you get?
To find out more and to get our bookmarklets, just visit: http://snapito.com/extras
If you visit the Snapito! website (http://snapito.com) you’ll notice that the Snap! button has a drop down next to it. Here you’ll find some advanced features, for example sending a website to Pinterest as an image, downloading a website as an image file or getting the most up to date snapshot of the website.
In future posts we’ll be introducing you to these advanced features and how to get more from Snapito!
Snapito! is a new full page website screenshot service.
Why would you want to use it? Maybe you want to keep a record of how your website looked on a particular day, or because you’d like to add the work you have done on a website to your portfolio, or a whole bunch of other reasons why you’d just like to save a picture of an entire web page.
As you may have realised already, it’s not actually an easy thing to do on your computer and you really don’t want to add yet another browser plugin. Much easier just to visit http://snapito.com type in the URL and press Snap!, that’s it.
There’s a whole bunch of ways Snapito! can keep your life simple, and we’re going to be showing you day by day in our blog posts. So watch this space!