Have you ever try Firefox Screenshots? This is my first day using Ubuntu 17.10 again. Yes, I've just reinstalled it because my MacBook Pro needed reinstallation a few days back. But why Ubuntu? Because it's easy, fast and fun. I didn't have to, but I wanted to. In fact, I can also reinstall other Linux flavor to my MacBook Pro. But for now, I think I'll be happy with Ubuntu that offers me just enough to start my daily routine.
Since I intended to use most of my works on Ubuntu, then I decided to use Firefox browser instead of Chrome, which I'm still using on my Chromebook. There was a feature that caught my attention, Firefox Screenshot.
My favorite screen capture tool is Fireshot, a Chrome extension.
Just like Fireshot, Firefox Screenshots also allows us to capture just a part of the screen or the whole web page. The difference is, it can snap the selection into square or rectangle. Also, it can snap specific part on the web, like buttons, frames or texts.
Remember the time when you need to screenshot to a file or clipboard, paste, save, and then send your screenshot to your friend? That's a long story and history. Firefox screenshot allows you to save your screenshot online on their cloud, and then share it from there.
In shorts, it's hassle-free.