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Clipboard History On iPhone How To get and copy or see it?

Clipboard History On iPhone How To get and copy or see it?….

Unfortunately, iPhones do not have a native built-in function for saving the copy history as Macs do. But, if you want that functionality, some apps can do that for you.

For the current copied clipboard, you can see it by following the below-mentioned method.

  1. To see your clipboard history on your iPhone.
  2. Open the Settings app and go to General > Keyboard.
  3. Scroll down to the bottom of the Keyboard screen and enable the Show Clipboard button.
  4. When you copy something, it will be saved to your clipboard and available to paste until you clear it.

For history, you can use the app.

When you copy something on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac, it’s saved to the clipboard, ready to be pasted anywhere. 

However, your previous clipboard is overwritten and lost forever if you copy something else!

To address this issue on my Mac, You can use an app called CopyClip, which keeps a list of my 25 most recent clipboards. 

You can copy any of my past clipboards straight from the menu bar. 

If you want to achieve the same goal on the iPhone, have your recent clipboards saved and accessible whenever you want.

Due to iOS restrictions, the process isn’t as effortless as Mac, but possible nonetheless. Also Read, Chromebooks are getting amazing and advanced Google Photos movie editor

Clipboard History On iPhone

Clipboard History On iPhone How To get and copy or see it?
Clipboard History On iPhone How To get and copy or see it?

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Clipboard History On iPhone How To get and copy or see it?

This tutorial shows you how to save multiple clipboards on your iPhone and access them whenever required.

  1. Use any notes app

You can open the notes app on your iPhone, like Apple Notes, Simplenote, Evernote, Google Keep, etc., and paste your current clipboard. Next, you can again open the same note and paste it to preserve your past and current clipboards when you copy something else.

It isn’t a straightforward approach, but something you should know (or, most likely, already know). You can follow this if you don’t want to download any new app due to privacy, lack of space on your iPhone, or other reasons.

  1. Use clipboard shortcuts

Open the Shortcuts app on your iPhone or iPad and tap Gallery. Here, search for the clipboard, and you will see several suggestions. Read their description to find something that fits your need.

  1. Use SwiftKey to access and save your past clipboards.

Microsoft’s SwiftKey is one of the most popular third-party keyboards for iPhones and iPad. I have used it for many years because of excellent suggestions, optional number row, themes, and a built-in clipboard manager.

Here’s how to use SwiftKey to save, access, and manage current or past clipboards on your iPhone or iPad:

1) Download SwiftKey, open it and go through the process to set it up. You must go to iPhone Settings > General > Keyboard > Keyboards > Add New Keyboard and choose SwiftKey. After that, tap SwiftKey and Allow Full Access.

2) Once you have set up everything, open notes or an app where the keyboard comes up. Now, press the globe or emoji icon and change your iPhone keyboard to SwiftKey instead of the built-in Apple keyboard.

3) Copy text or link on your iPhone, which is saved to the iOS clipboard.

4) Open any app or screen where the SwiftKey keyboard pops out and tap the tiny plus icon (+).

Note: If the Apple keyboard comes up, follow step 2 again or set SwiftKey as your default keyboard.

5) Tap the clipboard icon.

6) Tap Save. Now this clipboard is saved forever in your SwiftKey keyboard.

7) Follow steps 4 and 5 to access your saved clipboards. From there, tap the clipboard icon to paste or insert it.

Clipboard History On iPhone

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