The freshly released Samsung Galaxy Note 10 (and 10 Plus) has simplified the process of capturing a screenshot even though there is more than one way of getting it done. In fact, there are 7 different ways to go about this and they will all give you the same result. Let’s check out a few of them in our How To Capture A Screenshot On Your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 tutorial.

How To Capture A Screenshot On Your Samsung Galaxy Note 10

Capture Screenshot by Holding The Buttons

This is the most rampant way to capture a screenshot. It gets the job done on a lot of Android devices. Simply press and hold the volume down and power buttons at the same time and the screenshot will be created as soon as possible.

Step-By-Step Guidelines:
1. Navigate to the content you wish to capture.
2. Press and hold the volume down and power buttons at the same time.

Capture Screenshots Using Palm Swipe

Capturing a screenshot on the Galaxy Note 10 with a palm swipe might be weird when you first try it out, but you will be used to it in the long run.

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Simply swipe the side of your palm across the entire screen from left to right or vice versa to capture the screenshot. For this method, it has to be activated first by going to Settings > Advanced features > Motion and gestures > Palm swipe to capture.

Step-By-Step Guidelines:
1. Navigate to the content you intend to capture.
2. Swipe the side of your palm across the screen.

Capture Screenshot Using Smart Capture

This method of grabbing Galaxy Note 10 screenshot allows you to capture the full page of a site rather than just what is visible on the display. You begin by capturing a normal screenshot by pressing and holding the volume down and power buttons at the same time, or with a palm swipe.

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Immediately that is done, you will see some options way down on the screen. Choose “Scroll capture” and continue clicking to keep going down the page. Your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will capture several screenshots of the page and then combine them all to come up with the final product.

See to it that this Galaxy S10 screenshot method is activated by heading to Settings > Advanced Features > Screenshots and screen recorder > Screenshot toolbar.

Step-By-Step Guidelines:
1. Head to the content you wish to capture.
2. Capture a screenshot with the volume down and power buttons or a palm swipe.
3. Click “Scroll capture” that will be seen at the bottom.
4. Continue pressing “Scroll capture” to keep going down the page.

Capture Screenshots Via Bixby

Samsung’s Bixby digital assistant allows you to capture a Galaxy Note 10 screenshot with an easy voice command. Simply press and hold the device’s dedicated Bixby button on the phone and voice out these words, “Take a screenshot.”

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Bixby can also be used to capture a screenshot by saying, “Hi Bixby” but the feature has to be set up by heading to Bixby home > Settings > Voice wake-up.

Step-By-Step Guidelines:
1. Head to the content you wish to capture.
2. Press and hold the Bixby button or say, “Hi Bixby.”
3. Say, “Take a screenshot” when the digital assistant is enabled.

Capture Screenshots Via Google Assistant

In addition to Bixby, the Galaxy Note 10 devices all come with Google Assistant, which also allows you to capture a screenshot with a voice command. Simply say, “OK Google” to reveal Google Assistant. Then simply say, “Take a screenshot” or type in the command with the keyboard.

Step-By-Step Guidelines:
1. Head to the content you wish to capture.
2. Say, “OK Google”
3. Say, “Take a screenshot” or enter the command with the keyboard.

There you have it – a comprehensive tutorial on how to capture a screenshot on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10. If you have any questions, feel free to drop them in the comment section below.

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