How To Take Screenshots – The Smart Way [Monosnap Review]

If you have been sharing screenshots, you have been doing it wrong. Why? Because you haven’t been using Monosnap.

As an online entrepreneur, you will need to share screenshots a lot. Whether you are sharing your screen with your team or your audience, capturing, annotating and sharing screenshots can take a long time. So today I’m talking about a great way to quickly do this!

Enter Monosnap

Monosnap for Windows screen capture software is a brilliant and intuitive piece of software that makes taking screenshots, not only easy, but….FUN.

Yeah, you heard me right!

By the end of this blog post, you’ll be wondering why you weren’t already capturing, editing and publishing screenshots this new way.

If you rather prefer watching a then here is a video where I talk about the different features of Monosnap.

Why Monosnap?

If you’ve been following my blog, you will realize that I have a very small tolerance for inefficiency which is why my search for the best way to do something never ends.
I found that capturing and sharing screenshots was taking a little too much time. My typical workflow for taking screenshots looked something like this (on a PC)

  1. Open snipping tool
  2. Capture screen area
  3. Open MSPaint/ Gimp
  4. Paste Screen Capture
  5. Edit Screen Capture. (This took sooo…long..omgoshsooollooonngg)(try blurring something and you’ll know what I mean)
  6. Save Screen Capture
  7. Upload screen capture
  8. Realize error in my edit…
  9. Repeat from STEP 1 (Sheesh)

But then I came across this little piece of well thought out screen capture + Editor + Cloud storage software named

Download Monosnap

What can Monosnap do?

Here are a list of things that Monosnap can do…and boy does it do a great job of it.

  • Take full screen, part of a screen.
  • Annotate your image with shapes, arrows, or text.
  • Hide private information with the blur tool.
  • Resize, crop and rotate images.
  • Free cloud storage space for logged in users.
  • One click upload to Cloud server.
  • Record your screen to a video file.

Here is a screenshot of the month at tool in action!

Monosnap is so good, I hardly use the snipping tool or “PrintScreen” button anymore.

Monosnap also allows me to quickly do a ctrl+c on its editor and paste it to any online location.

This is so much better than saving the photo and uploading it to some location.

Monosnap also runs as a background service in your taskbar, tray where you can easily find it when you want to take a screenshot.

Monosnap is FREE and worth your while, so check it out today.
Let me know by comments if you liked this post and found monosnap useful.

So that was the end of another short and sweet blog post.

So what do you think? Are you going to try out Monosnap today?

Now go and use this information to rock your online business!

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