Tech company Google is testing a new built-in screenshot feature for YouTube. The new feature, which is undergoing beta testing, will soon be available in the web version of Google Chrome.
Google Chrome has been introducing several features including IP protection for users in recent days.
To take a screenshot, the user needs to right click (right click) on the video while pausing the YouTube video on Chrome. After clicking, a drop-down menu will appear with the option to save the video as a frame (Save Video Frame As). Clicking this option will save the image in PNG format.
This feature will also save users from the hassle of cropping the screenshot taken by the phone.
This feature is expected to be released soon for Chrome users. However, no final date has been announced by the company.