Every day I'm going between a bunch of open windows on my computer and trying to copy/paste something from one app to another. Too often I'll need to copy multiple things, which is impossible of course, and this leads to the hacky solution of pasting the first thing, copying the second thing, etc. It's a hassle.
Are there any good clipboard managers out there that can store the last X amount of things you've copied? This would make it trivial to re-copy them to the clipboard again when needed.
Can be either Windows or Mac and bonus points if it can handle images as well!
I use the clipboard manager that's built into macOS search tool Alfred, and it's great. Basically just copy and paste as normal, then when you need something you copied previously, press your shortcut to open Alfred, type
cli and press enter, then you can search through everything you've copied. Works with images and rich text, too. That along with its text expanding tools makes it an essential part of my typing workflow.
Copied is another clipboard manager I've used for macOS and iOS; it syncs everything you copy to your phone, too. And Ditto is a quick-and-easy clipboard manager for Windows that lives in your system tray.
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