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This week, Allison dives deep into screenshots and the Markup tools on iOS and iPadOS.

After going over the various ways to take screenshots on iOS devices, you learn how to annotate them together using the various tools Markup has available. Allison also shows you how to take screenshots of long-form content, like webpages or Keynote documents, and save them as PDFs.

The full tutorial covers:

  • Screenshots Basics
  • Markup First Look
  • Multiple Screenshots
  • Opacity Slider
  • Pen
  • Marker & Highlighter
  • Object & Pixel Eraser
  • Lasso
  • Ruler
  • Text
  • Magnifier
  • Precise Geometry
  • Moving Tools Around
  • Markup on PDFs
  • iOS 14 Teaser on Colors
  • Markup on iPhone
  • iOS Opacity Slider

Video Tutorial Comments

(4 comments posted)

Allister Jenks

I learned more than I thought there could be to learn!

The one thing I did know that wasn't in the video is a method of using Apple Pencil to take a screenshot on iPad. You can, at any time, drag the pencil from off screen in one of the bottom corners (according to current orientation) towards the centre.

Jack Jørgensen

For some reason taking screenshots on my iPhone 12 mini doesn't work the way Allison tells it. If I press power + volume up I get prompted to make an emergency call. Maybe I need to change som general setting to make screenshots work the way Allison tells it?
Regards Jack

Allison Sheridan

Hi Jack - sorry that isn't working for you. I wonder if maybe you're not pressing them at the same time? It's a very quick action too. Getting the emergency call option is usually only after holding for a while.

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Jack Jørgensen

Thanx Allison - you are completely right. I was pressing for too long. A quick press does indeed make a screenshot.
Regards Jack

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