Im not totally understanding your question.
But a normal "screen print" is always available to do.
what screen are you alluding to?
Thank you for your help! I am Tech-Tarded (and new to using my FamilySearch account), but I followed a Notification Link from my email: [Obituary] Lynette, your great-grandfather is mentioned in an obituary!
I saw my Grandmother's name: Delilah Ellen Carter KWZN-Q2KQ2K & found a picture in "Memories." For a split second it displayed everyone's names, like a tag, but it disappears too quick for a screen shot. I would love to see that info printed on the photo: is that possible?
let me play and see what I can do.
that appears to possibly be a living person - which means I cant see it.
I will play areoudn with someone else to if I can fiugure out if it is possible.
So I now at least understand what you are alluding to - - evn though I cant get to that specific person you are referring to.
so I picked one of my own memories files that was tagged to more than one person.
As you state there is a very brief period of time (about 1/2 second) where all the person tagging lines are shown - I dont see any way to display all the lines on demand after that 1/2 second.
HOWEWVER I was able to act quick enough that I could get a sample screen shot.
Here is one example:
A one click refresh on the web page will illuminate all those tags again. Of course they all go away again in about a second, but if you are ready with the keyboard shortcut for screen capture, you can accomplish it.
And retries are pretty fast too. 😁
@Lynette Renee Loveland
The easiest way to screenshot all memory tags is using the Family Tree or memories apps for iOS or Android.
All tags are visible on the tag people screen & mobile devices are very screenshot friendly
iOS devices also have the ability to view a list of tags & the person who created the tag