How to take screenshot in Chrome/firefox incognito mode

A screenshot is a handy tool that helps in a lot of cases. You probably have noticed that chrome and firefox don’t let you take a screenshot on incognito mode. This is mainly because of security purpose

What is an incognito Mode

Incognito mode works similarly to that of normal browsing mode. The pages you visit won’t be saved on your device. similarly, cookies will be blocked removing 3rd party trackers. however, the activity is still available for your internet service provider.

why can I take a screenshot on incognito window

Due to privacy and security reasons, you are not allowed to take screenshots by default. but you can enable screenshots by changing the option.

How to take a screenshot of chromes incognito window

alternating settings by using flags

By default, Chrome disables the screenshot option in the Incognito window but you can change those settings. and take screenshots as normally. This method works on devices whether it is a PC, Smartphone, or Tablet.

Step 1: open up your chrome browser on your device and Go to the Url Bar or address bar

Step 2: Type chrome://flags on the address bar and hit enter

screenshot on incognito mode

Step 3: All the experiments will be listed. Go to the search Flags and search Incognito Screenshot.

Step 4: The search results will be shown. if the feature is available you will be incognito screenshot among the results

how to take screenshot on incognito mode

Step 5: Click on it and set it to enabled. Now relaunch the chrome and you are ready to go.

take incognito mode screenshot

Now you can take the screenshot by using the same methods that you would use normally.

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by using feedback

While reporting anything to chrome the screenshot will be taken to better assist in the problem. We use this simple method to save the screenshot

Step 1: Open the Chrome browser and head on the incognito window. Open the site you want

Step 2: In the top right corner you will find 3 dots. Click on the three dots.

Step 3: Scroll down a little. In the end, you will see the help and feedback option. Click on it

Step 4: A support page will open. At the bottom, there will be the option called Send feedback. Click on it.

Step 5: At the bottom, there will be a screenshot and system logs. select screenshot

Step 6: now you save that screenshot

by using third-party apps

This is not always the recommended way. Always use the apps that are from official app stores.

How to take a screenshot on firefox incognito windows

In firefox, you have a direct option in Menu. Unlike chrome, there is no hassle in finding settings.

Step 1: Head over to Settings on your firefox browser. The main menu is available in the top right corner.

Step 2: Find Private browsing in menu options.

Step 3: In the private Browsing section. you will find the screenshot option.

Step 4: Now click on the allow screenshots in private browsing and set it to ON. Now you will be allowed to take the screen on firefox incognito mode

How to take a screenshot in opera browsers incognito mode

Opera allows you to take snapshots. follow the below method to get the snapshot of the Incognito screen in the opera browser

Step 1: Go to the Opera browser.

Step 2: Click on the Tab button available at the bottom.

Step 3: go to private Mode by Tapping on the private option

Step 4: In the incognito mode visit the page which you wanted to take a screenshot

Step 5: On the top right corner you will see 3 horizontal dots. tap or click on it

Step 6: Among the options Select Take snapshot. the snapshot will be saved in your Gallery.

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