Jandy’s favorite productivity app is Snip & Sketch.

Windows 11 replaced the legacy Snipping Tool and Snip & Sketch apps with a new version that combines the best features of both with an updated interface. It allows you to snip a section of your screen (rectangular, freeform, window or full screen) where you can highlight and/or mark it up, copy to your clipboard to paste into a Teams message or email, or even save it as a picture.

This is a great way to share a screenshot or visually explain changes to a document with a colleague. After all, a picture is worth a thousand words!

Use this keyboard shortcut to capture a quick snip:

Windows Key + shift + S

Better yet… pin the app to your Task Bar for easy access!

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First published in our June 2023 IT Radix Resource newsletter