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Capture anything, anywhere

Install one of our browser extensions to capture bugs, issues and ideas from any webpage.

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Create GitHub issues in one click

Capture your screen, add annotations and send bug reports to GitHub in one click without logging into GitHub.

No need to migrate your data.

No need to radically change your habits.

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Draw attention using annotations

A picture is worth a thousand words! If you spend most of your days online, you are better off communicating visually.

Get your point across in seconds using by adding annotations on your captures. annotations tools

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Add a description, labels, team members, and a due date to your GitHub issues - everything inside


Report bugs better with templates

Use our built-in bug reporting template and speed up your testing process. Easily specify the steps to reproduce the bugs and the expected results.


Attach screenshots to existing GitHub issues

Not all screenshots need to become a new Bitbucket issue, with you can capture and attach annotated screenshots to one of your existing GitHub issues.

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When you create a bug report in GitHub with, we automatically add the browser info to help your developers reproduce the bug.


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Capture screenshots and create GitHub issues in no time with our keyboard shortcuts

“I use to identify UX issues in our user flow (confusing copy, unintuitive features, misplaced button…) and log everything as a new issue in GitHub.”

Damen Gilland, Product Manager at AKQA

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2. Connect your GitHub

Grant access to your GitHub account. will use it to securely retrieve your list of repositories.

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3. Start reporting bugs in GitHub

Create a new GitHub issue with your annotated screenshot right from inside