A built-in screen recording feature is included in the latest version by default. The screen area you want to record can then be chosen. You have the option to view a preview before saving the entire document and sharing it with others.
There may be some issues in the Insider ring, as is customary. One cites brief delays between pushing the record button and beginning the recording, for instance. It is unquestionably advantageous that Microsoft is incorporating new functions into the application.
“Hello Windows Insiders, today we are beginning to roll out an update to the Snipping Tool app (version 11.2211.35.0) for Windows 11 to Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel. We are just beginning the roll out now so not all Insiders in the Dev Channel will receive the update right away.”
“Microsoft is finally bringing a built-in screen recorder to Windows. The Snipping Tool in Windows 11 will soon be updated to include screen recording, meaning Windows users won’t have to rely on the Xbox Game Bar or third-party tools just to record their screens.”