Google Classroom: Leave Feedback Screenshots

Things that make me scowly is too many clicks and inefficient workflows. As teachers, we usually have to repeat our actions 30-150 times depending on how many students we have. While doing something once may be no big deal, does it scale? I found most of the screenshot tools required multiple steps to get the screenshot to the student. I developed QuickShare Screenshot to be fast and secure. QuickShare Screenshot saves only to your Google Drive.

Install the Chrome Extension

Updated January 23rd, 2017 Click Here.

If you previously installed QuickShare Screenshot you may want to uninstall and reinstall to get the latest updates (bug fixes).

Quickshare screenshot

Google Classroom Private Comments

I am convinced that private comments in Google Classroom are one of the best things ever. The quality of my interactions with my students has shot way up. Instead of comments scribbled on the side of a paper or PDF it is conversations with students. The conversations are easy to find in each assignment on Google Classroom.

To find private comments in Google Classroom start by clicking on the assignment title to reveal the assessment screen.
Click on assignment title

Click on a student’s name on the left-hand side.
Click on a students name on the left hand side

On the bottom right is a place to add private comments (conversations).
Private Comments in the bottom right

QuickShare Screenshot

The Chrome extension QuickShare Screenshot will take a screenshot (gee thanks Alice) and save it to Google Drive. By default, the screenshot will be private. You will need to go to Google Drive and locate the QuickShare folder and change the sharing permissions to “Anyone with the link can view.”


To use the QuickShare Screenshot Chrome extension you would click on the extension icon in the shelf next to the Omnibox and choose “Take full screen” or “Take partial screen.”
take a full screenshot

The link to the screenshot is automatically copied to your clipboard.

Feedback Screenshot

In Google Classroom when leaving a student a private comment simply use Control-V to paste the link to the screenshot.

The student will see the live hyperlink to view the screenshots left in the private comments.
Live hyperlink in private comments

Google Classroom Screenshots

Google Classroom Screenshots

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