When taking screenshots of what is happening on your desktop, it is often with the intent of demonstrating how to do something. ScreenSteps has been designed to make it easier to create striking documents - both on- and offline - with your screenshots.
A countdown timer can be used to capture your screenshots and these can then be arranged in a project window complete with chapters and headings to aid navigation. As well as screenshots, images can be annotated and you have the option of embedding video footage.
When creating lessons or presentations, your projects can be easily divided into sections, and tags can be added to make it easy to jump to relevant areas. But ScreenSteps can also be used by bloggers to create image-rich tutorial posts.
ScreenSteps can be used to create training manuals, guides, tutorials and much more, and the fact that the program is available for both Mac and Windows means that it is possible to work with the software in multi platform environments.
ScreenSteps enables you to put your screenshots to better use, making it easy to organise them into helpful documents or blog posts.