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Capture screenshots to create panels that float above other apps and can be moved between spaces in order to make specific information available at a glance
ScreenFloat aims to improve your workflow by enabling you to capture screenshots and have them automatically placed on top of all other windows for easy visualization. This way you can compare images, or have the screens visible when trying to explain something specific.
Capture screenshots and have them follow you through spaces
Unlike the macOS default screenshot capturing function, the ScreenFloat app places the images in a Shots Browser and creates a float over, resizable panel for each picture.
By default, ScreenFloat comes with the Follow Spaces function enabled, which means that you will be able to see them even if you switch to another Space. For your convenience, ScreenFloat also permits you to toggle the panel’s visibility via the status bar menu.
Naturally, the ScreenFloat captures can also be exported to image files and stored locally, or sent to other applications for further editing or sharing. You get to see the entire collection in the ScreenFloat Shots Browser, and even access metadata details.
Streamline your workflow by having seamless access to your screenshots
ScreenFloat aims to reduce the time you spend managing your screenshots by automatically dealing with some repetitive tasks. Note that ScreenFloat will not work with the macOS default hotkeys for capturing screenshots: you must select the appropriate shot type via the app’s status bar menu.
ScreenFloat can also grab content from the clipboard or specific files, and provides support for timed screenshots. Moreover, you can manually add files to the Shots Browser via drag and drop, and choose to organize them into various collections, manually or automatically by defining a smart folder.
To conclude, ScreenFloat offers you the possibility to quickly place relevant images on top of your desktop and make sure the information follows you around even if you move to a different workspace. This way, you will have access to your data in all circumstances.