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Like any new device, Google’s phones come with a bit of a learning curve, especially for those who are switching from another type of phone, like an iPhone or Android.
Here’s everything you need to know about taking and viewing your screenshots on the Google Pixel 2 or 3:
How to take a screenshot on a Pixel 2 or 3
Provided your Pixel 2 or 3 is fully functional, taking a screenshot is an easy process: Simply push the power button and the “down” volume key, which are both located along the right side of the device, at the same time.
On the Pixel 3, you can also hold the power button and tap “screenshot” from the dropdown menu that appears on the upper right hand side of the screen.
When you do either, a few things will happen:
The phone will make a sort of clicking noise.
You’ll be shown a smaller version of screenshot for one or two seconds (this is your verification that the screen has been captured and stored) before it reverts back to the screen you were viewing.
A small picture icon will then appear at the top of the screen.
Alternate screenshot options
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Source:: Businessinsider – Tech