Save screenshots into the library
With the Miro (formerly RealtimeBoard) Google Chrome extension adding files and screenshots has become so much easier.
With this extension you can simply drag and drop files from your desktop or file manager right onto the board. You can also take screenshots of websites in your browser and instantly save them into your Miro library. The first mode takes a screenshot of the entire visible area of the selected tab, and the second mode allows you to capture a selected rectangular area.
1. When you log into the service, the extension starts automatically. You will see its icon become active (i.e. not greyed out).
2. After installing the extension, make sure that you refresh the tabs with active boards, so the extension works correctly. You only have to do this once — after the initial installation.
3. The extension requires your Chrome Flash Plug-in to be enabled. To access your plug-ins settings, type chrome://plugins in your address bar and press enter.
4. The extension currently supports Google Chrome. It will not work in other browsers (including Chromium).