In the previous article, we talked about some of the new productivity features that Apple has added to iOS 13 including features such as dark mode, mass storage support, SMB server access and more.
One feature that we didn’t go into detail about was how iOS 13 and iPadOS now allow you take a screenshot of an entire webpage, mark it up and save it as a PDF.
To do convert a full webpage to PDF in iOS 13, follow the steps below.
In Safari, open the webpage that you would like to convert to PDF
Press the Power button + Home button together (on devices with a Home button) or the Power button + Volume Up button on devices without to take a screenshot.
Open the screenshot from the bottom left corner of the screen
You will notice a new tab option at the top of the screen where you can toggle between a screenshot of the just the current screen or the entire length of the web page. Select Full Page.
As you can see, you can now scroll through the entire page as a PDF
Use the Share icon to send the PDF to others, print it, save it to the Files app and more.
Check out the video below for illustration
If you are not on iOS 13 yet (it only available as a developer beta), you can also convert a webpage to a PDF using All-About-PDF Online.