The news was published with the kind permission of Chrome Story, which discovered the feature in the Chromium Gerrit under the name “Long Screenshot”. While an experimental flag is planned, it is not yet available in the latest Canarian version. However, the description of the flag is available: “Chrome Sharing Long Screenshots: Allows the user interface to edit and share long screenshots on Android.” This makes it clear that this feature will be added to Chrome’s recently redesigned sharing menu.
Normal screenshots, but longer, something like that.
The feature doesn’t work yet and the description doesn’t give a lot of details on how it will look exactly, but I don’t think it’s possible to read “long” screenshots as anything other than a scrolling screenshot. Fortunately, the format for content in a browser makes this an ideal place to implement this type of feature, although it obviously limits it to Chrome as well.
Depending on when this feature actually becomes available, Chrome could seemingly beat Android as it scrolls screenshots, joining the ranks of Samsung and OnePlus.
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