Website Annotation for Everyone
Our web capture tool allows you to capture website pages with a single click. All online website captures can be screenshotted in three main ways:
If you use whole page scrolling screenshot, you will capture everything that is on that page - even if you don't see it!
Website Annotation for Teachers
Would you like your students to receive their work graded online? With shapes, text and even comments that student can reply to? ScreenClip can do all that and more.
Many tech savvy teachers use ScreenClip for it's visual collaboration and feedback capabilities. This makes it easy to review, leave feedback, grades and highlight errors. All in a single online screenshot. That's so easy to use and can be shared as a link, image or even HTML code.
Best part? Our annotation system recognizes on what URL the screenshot has been taken so it's easy to visit the website and correct any errors right away. Teachers who need a proper annotation tool for their student teacher communication love ScreenClip and so will you!
Website Annotation for Designers
Designers find loads of precious value from ScreenClip. That is because talking about visual things in words... Can be tricky! Especially for design clients. Or even managers.
When you need them to show you, instead of telling you... Simply send them a ScreenClip link and ask them to annotate your design. Anyone will be able to add arrows, text, shapes and even open chats inside your website screenshot.
This way everyone will save time and ideas will be communicated faster and easier!
Website Annotation for Creative Teams
Doesn't matter if you are a small business, massive creative agency or a local SEO web design firm. Everyone can benefit from simplified visual communication tools. Our web capture tool allows you to screenshot sections or even whole webpages.
Then it's just a matter of annotating and communicating inside them. Bugfixes, design edits and errors can be solved faster if you know exactly what's wrong. And ScreenClip makes it easy to SHOW WHAT'S WRONG.