So, you’ve got a hefty task that will take quite some time to finish. And you’ve got to deliver results today. You’re about to go hard. Check out these hacks on how to prepare yourself and your Mac for productive work in 11 simple steps.
A clipboard manager is a tool where you can manage what you copy. It keeps the copied items in the computer memory so you could review and retrieve any of those anytime. Such a tool extends your copy, cut and paste functionality offering a lot of useful features like paste modes, separate lists, content formatting, auto-sync, etc.
Copy and paste are among the most popular actions we perform on our computers. The problem is that the built-in macOS clipboard has a very basic functionality and allows you to store only one copied item. That’s far from enough for many people.
For this article, we’ve tried to find the most pleasant cost-effective solutions which would satisfy most Mac users. We’ll go in order from more simple and neat copy-paste apps to heavy-loaded clipboard managers.
Where is your clipboard located on Mac?
How to view clipboard history?
How to use clipboard to its maximum potential?
You won’t have to worry about all that anymore…