the revamped version of Mozilla Firefox which is widely known as
Firefox Quantum? What if I tell you, Firefox 57 comes with one of
the best tools that can be used to take a scrolling screenshot or
full page screenshot of a website.
If you’re running Firefox 57, snapping the scrolling screenshot
of a website is just a matter of clicks. And it doesn’t involve
dealing stitching multiple images in order to get a continuous
screenshot of a webpage.
How to take scrolling screenshot using Firefox Quantum?
The screenshot tool in Mozilla Firefox is available on all
desktop variants of the web browser, for platforms including
Microsoft Windows, Apple MacOS, and Linux Distributions. I
couldn’t find the same in Firefox for Android and iOS. If you
want to take a scrolling screenshot on Android and iOS, you
can use one of these apps.
Here is how to capture a scrolling screenshot:
- Open the desired website in Firefox.
- On the right-hand side of the address bar, click the Page
- Choose “Take a Screenshot” option from the
- Now, to take the full page screenshot of the website,
choose “Save full page option” in the
You can choose “Save visible” to capture the
part displayed on the screen.
What more you can do is that you can select the particular
area of the web page using the mouse. The screenshot tool
helps you capture only what’s required.
- To save the scrolling screenshot, you can either download
it on your system by clicking the download button, or you can
upload the image to Mozilla’s cloud storage (It’ll expire in 14
So, this is how Firefox Quantum allows users to snap long
screenshots without any hassle. The screenshots you have
uploaded can be accessed later using My Shots
where you can delete, share, and download the screenshots
whenever you want.