Taking a screenshot on the iPhone is easy. Simply press the Side Button and the Volume Up button at the same time. You will hear a camera shutter sound and a thumbnail temporarily appears in the lower-left corner of your screen. From here you can share the screenshot by tapping on its thumbnail, then tap again on the share icon on the top-right side of the screen. However, if you don’t need to edit or crop your screenshot, there is no need to go over this 2 step process over and over., I found out a way that cuts one step and makes it quicker to share.
Share Screenshots in One Tap on iPhone
Generally, when you take a screenshot (side button and volume up ), you tap on it and then select share. So, rather than doing those two steps, simply long-press on the thumbnail which will bring up the quick share option straight away, now simply use the app you want to share the image through. It’s so easy, right?
In case you change your mind and, now want to edit or a crop before you send it, you can still do that by tapping the (x) or outside of the share sheet.
So this was a short and easy was to save some time whenever you capture a screenshot. To ramp us your screenshot game, you can also try out a few apps like Long Picture which lets you take a long screenshot on any screen or app on your iPhone. You can read about more such screenshot apps here. If you stumble upon another tip such as this one, do leave a comment below!