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Share Feedback with a Screenshot

Easily give feedback with a screenshot using the QuickShare Screenshot Chrome extension by Alice Keeler

Share Feedback with a Screenshot

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When looking at student work take a screenshot! This helps me to make sure that my comment matches what I am looking at in student work. I use QuickShare Screenshot to easily share the screenshot in Google Classroom or anywhere!

QuickShare Screenshot by Alice Keeler logo

The most helpful thing about Quickshare Screenshot is that it copies the link to the screenshot to your clipboard. An easy Control V pastes the link to the screenshot. See this sample screenshot:

Screenshot URL: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1PVpNSpy40jqd-bfG5aYAITuNeIlNCQP-/view?usp=drivesdk

Saves to Google Drive

The QuickShare Screenshot Chrome extension saves right to your Google Drive. You can insert the screenshots into any Google tool by using the Insert Image options.

Collects NO User Data. No PII

QuickShare Screenshot is an AliceKeeler Chrome extension. ALL of my extensions and Add-ons do NOT collect user data. Your screenshots are only in your own Google Drive, you have total control over your screenshots.

Change the Drive Folder Permissions

A folder in Google Drive is created after you take your first screenshot with the extension. Go to Google Drive to locate the QuickShare folder. Right click on the folder and change the permissions to “Anyone with the link can view.” This will ensure that all your screenshots you share are visible.

Add Screenshots Anywhere You Can Type

The link to the screenshot can be pasted anywhere you can type text. Control V pastes the link. In PowerSchool I can leave students feedback comments but I can NOT add images or attachments. QuickShare Screenshot allows me to add a screenshot of the students work into the comment section of a PowerSchool assignment. In Google Classroom the Private Comments do not allow me to attach images. Control V paste the screenshot

Partial or Full Screenshot

When you click on the extension it will give you the option to take a partial or a full screenshot. Select partial and you can select the part of the screen you want to leave feedback on.

When I use teacher.desmos.com the dashboard shows me a grid of student names and which questions they responded to. I do not want to share the entire grid with a student, but I do want them to see that I can tell they completed the entire assignment (or did not). It takes little effort for me to click on the QuickShare Screenshot Chrome extension and select “Partial.” I select on the screen the students name and the stripe. It will show blank for the questions they skipped, a dot for the ones they attempted, a checkmark for the ones the student got correct, or an x if they got it incorrect.

Example Feedback Screenshot

Screenshot URL: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1lJB5vp1pYCro9-rxngPpArsuTXwxbGGl/view?usp=drivesdk

and another one

Screenshot URL: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1K6lJa25o-zUZNsCilcnnP9ByqzKu91l7/view?usp=drivesdk

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