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Share and Edit Your Screenshots on Your Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

After taking a photo or a screenshot on your S6 Edge, there’s nothing better than sharing it with your friends. While the built-in image editor is pretty basic, you can still do a fair amount of customizing with it.

The following guide takes you through a couple methods to share images and screenshots, as well as information about how to edit images on the Galaxy S6 Edge.

Viewing Screenshots

Once you have taken your screenshot, you can view it by accessing the Notification Panel.

Step 1:

Swipe down from the top of the screen to bring this up.

Step 2:

Your screenshot will be available by tapping Screenshot Captured.

Step 3:

You can also view your screenshots from the home screen.

Tap Apps, tap Gallery, and then tap Screenshots. All of your screen captures will be found here.

Sharing Screenshots – Method 1 (All Images)

You can share the screenshot or upload it directly to social media sites if you wish.

Step 1:

When viewing the image, tap the Share via icon and it will bring up a list of sharing options.

Step 2:

When viewing the image, tap the Share via icon and it will bring up a list of sharing options.

Step 3:

Tap the option you would like to share to, and confirm with another tap.

Step 4:

You can swipe left and right to reveal more sharing options.

Sharing Screenshots – Method 2

You can also access the image from the gallery, and share it directly from there.

Step 1:

Tap Gallery, and then tap Screenshots.

Step 2:

Tap the image you would like to share.

Step 3:

Tap Share at the bottom of the screen, it’s the second icon from the left.


Editing Images and Screenshots

Editing your screenshots is a good way to point out something by cropping the image or adding tags.

Step 1:

When viewing the image, tap the More Options icon, which will look like three squares in a vertical row. It will be the last icon on the top right of the screen, next to the delete icon.

Step 2:

From here, you have a variety of options, such as printing, cropping, and adding tags. The Studio option will allow you to fully edit your images. You can also access this by viewing the screenshot in your Gallery, and tapping the photo. You can also add text to the screenshot from here, as well as adding numerous effects and borders.

STep 3:

If your device won’t let you take a screenshot when you’re using certain apps or watching videos, it may be because of an inbuilt copyright detection system found on the phone that prohibits users from saving copyrighted material. You should receive a notification telling you that the screenshot cannot be taken if this is the case.


Sharing and editing screenshots and images on the S6 Edge is reasonably easy once you get the hang of it.

If you’re having separate issues with your Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge here’s a troubleshooting guide that might be able to help out.

Also, read our article on Android Screenshot for more info!

If we managed to help out or you have any problems with sharing and editing screenshots and images on your device, let us know in the comments below.

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