What’s in it for me?

Learn the vital skills to capture information quickly and share it to the correct people.

Capture ideas, fix problems and make more revenue using the simple free strategies I outline below.


In this fast paced digital world slowing down to capture specific parts of it can be extremely complicated.

As a entrepreneur, you need to be able to react and deal with many facets of your business and life all coming at you quickly.

The ability to capture screenshots and share them as necessary to the correct team members is in my opinion a top 5 vital skill.

You are a not a problem fixer, you are a problem solver.

In the following training, I am going to show you how to how I capture screenshots, images and videos from my computer, tablet and phone.

Part 1: Desktop/Laptops

For Desktop or Laptop computers, I have a great free option.

The best option currently available is a program called MonoSnap.

There are browser extensions, Windows and Mac extensions and everything in between.

You can download it for free by clicking here.

After you download it, you can view the tutorials by clicking here.

Part 2: Tablets

For those of you using tablets it becomes slightly more complicated.

For iPad users, MonoSnap is available in the app store and is my number one choice. After Monosnap, you can always take a screenshot manually by holding the Side button and Volume Up.

For Android users, it’s usually easiest just to hit “volume down” and “power” to take a screenshot and automatically save it to your Google Photos (from which you can easily share to anyone with a GMail).

A great alternative for Android tablet users is to have Google Assistant take the screenshot for you. Just press and hold the “home” key and ask Google “take a screenshot”. You can then verbally ask Google Assistant to share with whomever you want.

If you need to take a video “screenshot”, I recommend and use Screenshot Pro 2 (by Kewitschika).

Part 3: Phones

For 90% of you reading this article, you will be taking screenshots on your phone.

For iPhone users, Monosnap is available in the App Store. You can also ask Siri to take a screenshot or manually take one yourself by holding the Side Button and Volume Up.

For Android Users, hitting “Volume down” and “Power” should take a screenshot (but again, with a million different android models the button combinations can vary). You can also ask Google Assistant to take the screenshot for you and then share it.

If you need to take a video “screenshot”, I recommend and use Screenshot Pro 2 (by Kewitschika).

Part 4: What to Record

What should you be “capturing”?


Seriously, I capture everything from website errors (so I can send them to my development team) to advertisements I like on social media.

If I see a image or video I like, I’ll capture it using a screenshot or video record.

If I see something I like in “the real world”, I’ll take a picture or video and send it to my team.

Basically, anything that looks remotely interesting I capture it for later use.

With almost unlimited storage from many of the popular companies, there is no reason to pass up on capturing or recording something that may be of use later on.

The End / Recap

Now that you know how to capture a screenshot (or video), don’t hold back!

Record anything and everything that interests you.

After you have it saved, share it to your team so they can help you fix it, develop it, or research it.

Remember, you are a problem solver, not a problem fixer.

Your job is to identify the issue and then notify the person who should do the actual fix.

I can’t wait to see the impact your company has on our communities!

– Gabe

Gabriel Bryan
New Revenue Consultant