Screen Capture Tutorial

Taking and Annotating screenshots on a Mobile device

How to Take and Annotate screenshots on iOS Devices

iOS Devices, such as iPhones and iPads, allow you to take screenshots of your entire screen, and annotate them accordingly. These images could then be used in your work by uploading them to Google Classroom or inserting them in a Google Doc. Here is a guide on how to do this …


To take the screenshot you will need to press a certain combination of buttons on your iOS device. For devices with a physical home button you will need to press the ‘Home Button’ and the ‘Lock Button’ at the same time …

For devices without a physical home button, you will need to press the ‘Lock Button’ with the ‘Volume Up’ button …

Once you take your screenshot, a small preview will appear on the bottom left hand side of your screen. Press on this to be greeted with the below …

Once you are at the above stage, you can use the wide variety of tools displayed at the bottom to draw on the screenshot. When you are ready to save it, you can press ‘Done’ at the top. This will save it to your device’s camera roll …

Alternatively, you can go to your ‘Photo Library’, select the relevant image, press on ‘Edit’ at the top, and then press the three little dots on the top right. This will give you the option to ‘Markup’ the image …

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