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How to Edit Screenshots in Firefox

As you may know, Mozilla Firefox version 56 and above for desktop has a built-in screenshot tool. You can capture part of the screen, full screen or entire webpage with this tool. In Firefox version 59 significantly improves the Screenshots feature by letting you edit the images you capture. Here is how to edit screenshot in Firefox 59.
First, take a screenshot in the usual way, by clicking the three-dot menu icon in the address bar and choosing ‘Takeascreenshot’, then click on ‘Save’ button. If Save button is not showed, ensure you are not in Incognito mode or set ‘Never remember history’ under Privacy & Security settings.



Up on clicking ‘Save’ button, your screenshot will open on the Firefox Screenshots site (screenshots.firefox.com).

To edit your screenshot, click the new ‘Edit’ button, which will bring various options, including crop, pen (for writing and drawing on the grab) and highlighter, along with a choice of nine colors.

 The screenshot editor has also an Undo button if you make a mistake. Click Save when you are done and you can share or download your edited screenshot.

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