How this applies to your classroom you ask? Have you ever found a part of a website that you wanted to share with your students, but you didn't necessarily want them to access the entire site? I think we've all had that happen. We find great examples and snippets of information that we want to share. However, taking them to the entire website can be somewhat cumbersome if it is loaded with information and you want them to scroll to find the specific point you want to share. With Kwout, you send the screenshot to them. This is great for my East Noble teachers because all students have an email address for the purpose of receiving materials from the instructor.
Check out my video if you want to know more specifically how to get the bookmarklet into your browser: