Capture web pages while in Chrome and save them into your RealtimeBoard library while putting in as little effort as possible.
How to install RealtimeBoard extension for Chrome
Open the Marketplace and find Chrome Extension among the Integrations.
Chrome Extension in the Marketplace
Click Details and you will be redirected to the Chrome WebStore. There you should choose Add to Chrome and follow the on-screen instructions.
RealtimeBoard Extension in the Chrome WebStore
Using the extension
Now, whenever you want to save a screenshot straight to your library in RealtimeBoard, click the extension icon in the top right-hand corner of the Chrome window and choose the area you want to save as a screenshot: Visible area, Selected area, or Entire page.
RealtimeBoard Extension in the Chrome menu
If you come across an image whale surfing the web in Chrome that you would like to access later in your RealtimeBoard library, all you need to do is to right-click the image and choose to Grab the image to RealtimeBoard.
Grab the image to RealtimeBoard from Google
When you're ready to put the saved images or web pages to work, find the Upload tool on the Toolbar and choose Chrome Extension.
It opens a gallery of saved images and web pages, so just click or drag the ones you need and drop them on your board.
Adding the images saved in your personal gallery
Please note that you can leverage the RealtimeBoard extension for Chrome to its full potential if:
1. You're logged into your RealtimeBoard account (you can always tell you're signed in if the extension icon is active).
2. After installing the extension, you refresh the board web pages if they're open (only needed once).
3. The default Adobe Flash Player plugin is enabled.