Samsung has a new feature that debuted on the Galaxy Note 3, and it’s called Scrapbook. It’s actually quite useful. It allows you to save content into “Scrapbooks.” This can be a screenshot from an app, a Web page, or a YouTube video. When you grab a Web page, the link is saved along with it for future reference. You can also categorize your scrapbook with different folders and add tags and/or Notes to each item you have clipped.
To add something to your Scrapbook, just open Air Command by hovering your S Pen over the display and pressing the button on the S Pen. Choose the second option, Scrapbooker. Then draw a circle around the contents you want to save. You will then be given the opportunity to add tags and/or a Note as well as choose the folder you would like to add it to. When you are all set, just tap on the checkmark at the top right to save it. There is also an option to add an item to your scrapbook bypassing Air Command. Just press and hold the S Pen button and draw a circle on the screen and select Scrapbook. For whatever reason, it doesn’t grab as much information, but it will still capture the URL link. Lastly, you can sync Scrapbook to your Samsung account so it’s accessible on other devices.
Hit the break for a video showing you how it all works. Also, be sure to check out our other Galaxy Note 3 guides.