I was wondering if there is a service that allows me to save a screen shot of a site that (at the time of visit) looks amazing and might be used for inspiration/ideas some time in the future.

I'm thinking something like delicious (and other social bookmarking services) but instead of just saving the bookmark URL, it saves a screen shot as well and allows me to add some notes to it (maybe even tagging). Can be a public/sharing service, or even a private one.

Any ideas if such a service exists ?

  • did a bit more research, and the idea is something like LittleSnapper, but an online hosted version (operating system agnostic, etc). roopinder about 7 years ago

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You could consider Little Snapper and the web service it holds hands with, Ember. Though you do need to be a mac user for this sweet setup. Little Snapper is a wonderful piece of software.

As other people have noted, there are lots of ways you can achieve this, flickr+tags is a good one, and you can then output those screenshots to an RSS feed.

Answered about 7 years ago by Stuart Frisby
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Maybe this can help you.

Answered about 7 years ago by yeradis
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Not a one stop as you describe it, but I think you might find Picnik and the firefox plug-in interesting, as described here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/torley/2571773193/

basically send the page to an online picnik account, tweak and save to flickr.

Answered about 7 years ago by Tony Crockford
  • I just tried it out http://www.flickr.com/photos/boldfish/3925571426/ and I like it a lot, so thanks for the question that led me to picnik Tony Crockford about 7 years ago
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I've been using http://www.scrnshots.com/screenshots for all my screen shots collection, there's also Littlesnapper, and finally you could use an everything bucket like Shawn Blanc and Gruber

Answered about 7 years ago by orta
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Aviary might also be worth a look.

Answered about 7 years ago by Andy Ford
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The ScrapBook Firefox plugin.

Answered about 7 years ago by Teddy Hogeborn