Tips for change screenshot default saved path in Mac OS X, taking a screenshot in Mac is a damn easy.You can capture full screenshot in Mac, and if you want to take specific area screenshot in Mac, then both things are very easy for you. But after taking screenshot you have to require it, where to save it in your Mac. For, full Screenshot press command + shift + 3 Key of your Mac keyboard and For, take specific area screenshot, then press command + shift + 4 of your keypad. now learn beneath how to change screenshot default saved path in Mac OS X Sierra, EI Capitan or Yosemite (10.10).
Step for How to change screenshot default saved Path in MacOS Sierra, EI Capitan, Yosemite
Step #1: First of all open Spotlight in your Mac at the top and right side menu bar for Search App Terminal, Type in to search box Terminal.app, you can seen it in below image.
Step #2: Now, Open Terminal and text the following Command which, you can seen also in picture.
First Create, Same name Folder (Change Folder Style) where you want save screenshot directly in your Mac.
Open Terminal and Type below command one by one,
Type Command: –
defaults write com.apple.screencapture location ~/pictures/screenshot
If you want save screenshot on another location then create folder there and made changes in command as well.
Step #3: Change screenshot default path in Mac OS x, now you need text command to apply path change, your Choice location (Folder). Text command: –
That’s it (Works for change screenshot location mac sierra). Now you will get screenshot at your set location folder, before capture screenshot make one Screenshot name folder for special put screenshot in your Mac, after that whenever you have to need you will find it easily from that folder. Okay, it’s save successfully now in your new folder, or your already exist folder which you set in path.
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