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Automatically Upload Screenshots To DropBox With CloudShot Share
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We have previously reviewed a lot of screenshot taking tools like GreenShot and Shotty, and the one offered today is rather similar, with one added twist. Presenting CloudShot, an open source application that has integration of DropBox account. It allows you to take screenshots of selected region and windows, and directly puts them in your DropBox account, enabling you to accesses your screenshots from multiple access points. It can save screenshots in JPG and PNG format, and keeps a history of 10 recent screenshots. Read on to find out more.

To upload screenshots on DropBox, you must have it installed on your system. Upon first install, you will be directly taken to Settings dialog box. This will allow you to switch image format between PNG and JPG. Other Options include Copy Image to Clipboard, Copy Image Path to Clipboard and Open Image After Shot. You can also set a custom hotkey for taking screenshots to avoid conflict with other screenshot taking applications. The application supports two modes; Screen Area Capture (through hotkey) and Selected Window Capture (press hotkey and click desired window).

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When you take a screenshot, it will be automatically uploaded to your DropBox account.

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You can access your recent screenshots by right-clicking the application’s system tray icon and selecting Recent Shots option. CloudShot maintains a history of 10 recent screenshots.

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CloudShot requires DropBox to be installed on your system. It works on all versions of Windows

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