The new test version of the browser with the number 48.0.2664.0 has a new icon with a camera on the side toolbar, which allows users to easily and quickly take a screenshot of a certain area or a whole web page. Thus, Opera is the third browser to have such a feature. Before that, it was implemented in Vivaldi and Firefox.The new feature is called "Snap". Clicking on the new button will bring up a frame, which highlights the snap area. After that, one click is enough to save the screenshot will be saved to a folder specified by the user or copied to the clipboard for pasting into other programs. If you need to make a screenshot of the whole visible area of the webpage, you just need to click "Capture Full Site" button, which is located over the frame.Another noticeable change in the new version is a reorganized main menu. Now all the items are grouped according to their purpose, and the Developer Tools are separated from all the other items. Since this is a test version, there are some bugs in it. But the developers are aware of them and are working on fixing them. So, soon we can expect all the innovations described above in the stable version of Opera, which is used by millions of users.