Here's how you can now share your entire conversation screenshots in one file

    It is always a headache when you have to take a screenshot of a conversation that goes on for hours at a stretch. Or if you want to fit the entire web page into one continuous panoramic shot. But as usual, we end up taking 7 to 8 screenshots. Samsung gave its users an upper hand on the Note 5 and Galaxy S7 by introducing its own continuous screenshot.

    iOS and other Android users need not worry, as there is a way for you too to enjoy the feature on your phone too.

    Step 1:
    Android users can install Stitch and Share, while iOS user can get Stitch It. The apps may be different, but their function is similar in every way.

    Step 2:
    Now this is where it gets fun. Android users can take multiple screenshots all at the same time. The app will detect overlapping of the shots and automatically stitch them together.

    5 steps to save all your conversations screenshots with ease

    Also read: How to Backup Android Contacts to SD Card and Gmail in a few Easy Steps!

    Step 3:
    Unlike the Android app, iOS users will have to manually take screenshots and stitch them through the app. After multiple screenshots are taken, you can manually arrange each shot according to your requirement. Android users too have the freedom to manually arrange the screenshots taken.

    5 steps to save all your conversations screenshots with ease

    Step 4:
    Once the images are stitched to perfection, it only requires you to save the image generated to your SD card or your phone memory.

    5 steps to save all your conversations screenshots with ease

    Also read: Want to Make WhatsApp Video Calls? Just Follow These 3 Simple Steps!

    Step 5:
    You can open the image and share it with your friends.

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