With Samsung's One UI version of Android, it's easier than ever to take a screenshot and quickly edit the captured image. The downside to that convenience, however, is reflected in an overlay ribbon that can also get in your way.
Immediately after you take a screenshot, Samsung devices such as the Galaxy S20 display a set of screenshot tools at the bottom of the screen. It allows you to add annotations to the screenshot, share it or even expand it vertically to capture more of a list with the scrolling screenshot feature.
But if you don't take scrolling screenshots, the rest of this functionality is accessible in the Gallery app, so the screenshot tools just get in your way and make you wait a few seconds before you can take your next screenshot . Fortunately, you can disable this little overlay.
Disable the Screenshot toolbar
First, swipe down from the center of your home screen to show the search field. Type "screenshot toolbar" and you'll find it among the corresponding results in the advanced features of the Settings app. Tap the target result to navigate to it.
Once you are in the Settings app, here is an on / off slider edit for this feature. Tap the slider and you'll never see the toolbar again.