Shutter 0.93.1 released late last years, is a feature-rich, open source screenshot program for Linux based operating systems such as Ubuntu. You can take a screenshot of a specific area, window, your whole screen, or even of a website – apply different effects to it, draw on it to highlight points, and then upload to an image hosting site, all within one window. Shutter allows you to capture nearly anything on your screen without loosing control over your screenshots (tabbed interface).
ShareX 10.1.0 recently released, is an open source program that lets you take screenshots or screencasts of any selected area with a single key, save them in your clipboard, hard disk or instantly upload them to over 40 different file hosting services. In addition to taking screenshots, it can upload images, text files and all other different file types ShareX 10.1.0 changelog Added “Portable mode” option to installer Added ShareX Greenlight buttons to main window where you could vote to help us or just hide it permanently When ShareX window minimizes to tray it will now save all settings “Rectangle region capture” renamed to “Region capture” Rounded rectangle, ellipse, triangle, diamond region captures moved to “Region capture” which you can activate them with Numpad 1, 2, 3, 4 keys Added “Copy URL” option for “ToastWindowClickAction” setting in “Task Settings - Advanced” tab Added tray menu item and hotkey to be able to “Disable/Enable hotkeys” Imgur GIF uploads now use GIFV link Added LnkU, CoinURL, QRnet, VURL, 2gp URL shorteners Added Windows modifier hotkey support (Because of limitations, instead of holding this modifier you need just press one time for it to add/remove modifier) Multiple file import support e.