We rely heavily on copying and pasting on our smartphones to speed up text editing, as there are no mouse and keyboard. Just like on a computer, copying is usually limited to one item at a time, but with the Samsung Keyboard app you can copy multiple sets of text.
Tap the ellipses (•••) on the top row of Samsung & # 39; s keyboard and you will see various icons that you can drag to the top row. Now drag the one labeled "Clipboard" upwards and tap the ellipses again to return to the standard keyboard display.
When you tap this icon, you can see a list of everything that you have recently copied. Tap an item to paste it into the active text box. Even better, screen shots also appear on the clipboard and can be pasted into supporting apps, but at the moment this only worked in the Samsung Notes app. ] If you are worried that someone is seeing sensitive information here, you can long press an item and delete & # 39; Clipboard & # 39; to remove it from your history.
You can also long press on an item and press & # 39; Lock & # 39; to clipboard. "This will keep it in this menu indefinitely, while otherwise it would be deleted when you have the maximum spaces allocated.
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