IOS 13 lets you print a full Safari page natively on iPhone. The system automatically records the entire site and allows the user to capture a specific snippet or save the full screen image. In addition to the browser, the procedure can also be used in the Notes app, but it doesn't work on social networks or messengers like WhatsApp, or on other browsers like Google Chrome.
After capture, the image will be saved in PDF format and stored in the Files app, but can also be emailed. Check out in the following tutorial how to take an extended print on iPhone.
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iPhone lets you take extended prints of open Safari websites on iOS 13 Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes
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Step 1. Go to the website you want in Safari and take a print of the screen. Then tap the thumbnail of the print that appears in the corner of the screen;
Open Print Edition page in iPhone Safari Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 2. Select the "Full Page" tab. Note that you can view the entire site using the right side slider;
iOS 13 has the option to take extended print from sites accessed on Safari Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 3. If you want to crop the image before saving, tap the crop cone and determine the desired portion;
IOS 13 extended print can be cropped Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 4. To capture the full screen, tap "OK" and confirm it with "Save PDF to Files". Then choose the folder in which to save it;
Extended iPhone prints are saved in the Photo Files: Playback / Rodrigo Fernandes app
Step 5. If you want to share the image, tap the share icon and select the email option you want.
Extended iPhone Print can be emailed Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes
Ready. Take the hint to take prints of an entire page on iPhone.
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