Google is working on several new features for the desktop version of the proprietary Chrome browser.
One of them will be a unified menu “Share”, where in addition to the direct ability to share a link to the page, you can quickly take a screenshot. As you can see in the image, a new paper airplane icon has appeared in the desktop version of Chrome, indicating the “Share” menu. It will allow you to quickly copy a link to a page, send it to another device, convert it to a QR code, broadcast on Chromecast, save the page or send it by mail or social networks.
The “Screenshot” item deserves special attention. Apparently, this feature does not work yet, so there is no reliable information on how it will be implemented. It is assumed that after clicking on this button, a screenshot of the part of the web page that is currently displayed on the screen will be taken. Probably, after that, it will be possible to edit the image in addition and to send it in various ways. Not yet information on when these innovations will be added to the stable version of Chrome.