Auto naming screens makes it much more efficient to sort through your captured screens once you start editing. By naming the screen the exact same way as it is displayed in the tab, it creates a familiar experience and better organization. Auto naming will actually be set to default, but you have the option to turn it off if you would rather name each screen individually. As part of the advanced settings, we want you to be able to customize whatever way works best for you! If you want to understand more about auto naming capabilities, read on…
- Launch the extension and click the Settings Button.
- Click Advanced settings at the bottom of the drop-up menu.
- Auto naming is the first option in the list, and is usually toggled on by default.
- If you click the camera button, with the auto naming setting turned on, you should see a preview of the screen you just captured.
- The title of the screen should match the same naming convention of the tab in your internet browser.
- If you wish to rename the screen, simply click on the preview, and you’ll have the option to change the name in the bottom left corner of the pop up window.
- If you’re unsure of what you want to name it, or want to rename it later, that can always be done in the platform through the Storyline Editor.
How do I turn off this feature?
If you’ve tried this out and want to revert your settings back, simply toggle the feature off in the advanced settings within the extension.