Do you often want to share screenshots with others? If so, you have probably been using some combination of the Snipping Tool, PrtScn, or Alt-PrtScn to capture the part of the screen you want to share, then pasting it into an email or sending a file. While this works, it can be cumbersome if you do it a lot. The solution: Gyazo.
With Gyazo, sharing a screenshot is as simple as Ctrl-Shift-C and dragging to choose how much of your screen to capture. When you release the mouse button, your image is automatically uploaded and opened in a browser window, with the url copied to your clipboard. Sharing is as simple as Ctrl-V. If a screenshot isn’t enough, you can capture video instead (Ctrl-Shift-G).
As Gyazo is an online service, you probably don’t want to be taking screenshots of sensitive information with it, but when you just need a quick way to show someone what you’re looking at, it’s hard to beat.
Gyazo is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Download it here: https://gyazo.com/