If you could have only one additional productivity utility on your Mac, which one would you choose? Without question I would add a multiple clipboard manager. They pay for themselves by saving time.
Clipboard Management Made Easy
Here’s how your Mac’s built-in clipboard works. Every time you copy something on the Mac– text, URL, photo, file, whatever– it gets copied and stored on the clipboard.
Then, you can paste the contents into a document or wherever. That’s how the clipboard works and has worked since time immemorial.
There’s really only one problem with using the Mac’s clipboard. Whatever you copied– the last item on the clipboard– disappears forever as soon as you copy something else.
Logically, doesn’t it make sense that the Mac would have a way to keep the clipboard’s history of items copied so you wouldn’t have to recopy items again and again?
Yes. And that’s the kind of app that can save you time. That’s what CopyPaste Pro does. It’s a clipboard manager that remembers what you copied so you don’t have to copy items again.
CopyPaste Pro not only gives you a history of your recent clips, you can edit clips without trying to find the original to copy first. It also creates archives of select clips that you use over and over again.
Built-in tools give you options to view clip history via a menu or graphically. And, other tools let you alter text or insert time within clips on the fly.
Some of the Mac360 crew prefer PTHPasteboard with the pop out clip history shelf. Others prefer CopyPaste Pro for the extra tools. Regardless, any utility which grabs and remembers what you copy will save you time, and justify the cost.
What sets CopyPaste Pro apart are the editable clips capability, and the archives. The archiving of clips alone is worth the price of admission.
Select Archives from the Menubar, click on a select Archive, then select what to paste into your document. It’s that simple.