Capture With OneClick


Access to basic capture options and presets are only a click away with OneClick. Turn OneClick on to pin these options to the top of the screen.

The Snagit 13 Capture Window might be new to many people, but for some, it could be a welcome return to a more familiar look and feel.

The New Snagit Interface

Overall, the new capture interface gives you complete control over your capture:

  • The red capture button does whatever you want it to.
  • If you want, quickly save your settings as a new preset.

To take a capture, it’s as easy as 1-2-3 (and sometimes 4).

Image displaying the steps to completing a capture with the Snagit Capture window.

Missing the OneClick Interface?

If so, don’t worry… you can get it back! OneClick is the docked capture interface from previous versions of Snagit (displayed below). If you prefer OneClick or a Jing-like workflow and want a quick capture button hanging out on the side or top of your screen, you can easily turn on that interface.

GIF showing the OneClick capture window.

To Enable OneClick

From the Snagit Capture Window, select View > Show OneClick

To Disable OneClick

From the Snagit Capture Window, select View > Hide OneClick.


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