To take a screenshot on an Xbox One, you just need to open the Xbox menu and press the Y button. Once you've taken a screenshot, you can view it through the Xbox menu as well by going to the "Recent captures" menu. To save or share your screenshots, you'll need an Xbox Live Gold or Game Pass Ultimate membership. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.
Taking a screenshot on an Xbox One is just as easy — if not easier — than taking a screenshot of your laptop or phone screen. But it's important to note that you can only take screenshots while in a game — you can't take screenshots of the homescreen or any additional menus. And to save or share your screenshots, you'll need to have an Xbox Live Gold or Xbox Game Pass Ultimate account. Here's how to do it. Check out the products mentioned in this article: Xbox One X (From $499.99 at Best Buy) Xbox Live 12 Month Gold Membership (From $59.99 at Best Buy) How to take a screenshot on your Xbox One To take a screenshot, press the Xbox button (it's the Xbox logo in the center of your controller) at any time during a game. Once the guide is open, press the Y button.
This will automatically save a screenshot, which you can find by accessing your "Recent captures" photos in the "Capture & share" menu pictured above. How to view your Xbox One screenshots and access your screenshot settings You can do this whether you're in a game or on your homescreen. 1. Press the Xbox button. 2. Scroll using the RT trigger until you get to the "Capture & share" menu — it may also be called "Broadcast & capture." Its icon usually looks like a satellite dish. 3. Scroll down to the "Recent Captures" tab and select it.
You can also edit your screenshot settings from this menu by selecting "Capture settings" or "Advanced settings." Here, make sure your preferences are set to "Allow game captures" to ensure the function is activated. You can also edit the resolution of your screenshots.
- The "Recent captures" menu will show you a collection of your newsest screenshots. You can select any screenshot to view it in a larger size, or select "Show All" at the bottom to see all your screenshots, not just the recent ones. From there, you can share, edit, or delete them.
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