When you upload online coverage we'll take a full length screenshot, and you can make a permanent crop to the top, sides and bottom of the image to remove any areas you don't want to show (cropping an image will permanently edit it).

You can also set the Image Frame to anywhere within the page to showcase a client's mention or product, or highlight the main focus point of the page.

Setting the Image Frame

In the main edit view click anywhere on the screenshot or on the Add/Edit Media button to access the editing menu.

Click on the Image Frame button and reposition the frame to the part of the page you want, using the navigation bar on the left. Then click on Save Changes. We'll save that part of the page to show as the main image when you share your report. The full size screenshot can be viewed by clicking on the image when reading our online or PDF report versions.

You can save one image frame per article.

Cropping screenshots and images

You can use our crop tool to edit our full length screenshots, and to crop any additional images you upload manually.

In the main edit view of your coverage click on the Add/Edit Media menu button.

Next click on the Crop button. You'll see a blue grid around the screenshot, where you can drag the top, bottom and sides to edit the full length screenshot.

Once you're finished hit Save Changes to make a permanent crop of your selection.

Please note this is a destructive edit and can't be undone once you've cropped the image.

Here's how the final cropped image looks in the report.

I want to start again, how do I get the full screenshot back?

Any crops you make will be permanent, but you can use the Retake Screenshot button to capture a new, full length screenshot of the page (or if you've added images manually you'll need to upload the originals again).

You'll need to have our Screenshot Toolbar installed to use this feature.

Once you've retaken a screenshot you can make new edits to the image.

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