Google debuts a new clipboard in Android, and it does this through its keyboard Gboard, whose version 7.7 (beta) has begun to enable this feature to users gradually.
Currently Android integrates a clipboard basic, that only allows you to paste the last chunk of text copied, with some manufacturers and developers created their own keyboards with a manager improved clipboard, as SwiftKey. Well, that enhanced clipboard comes Gboard.
how it works the clipboard Gboard
Now with Gboard we copy multiple fragments text in the clipboard to be able to paste after, selected what text we want to add to our message, note or document.
To do this so we only have to select and copy the texts, as until now, from the text selector native Android. Gboard will be saving in the clipboard all the fragments are copied.
To select a text you copied so we only have to deploy the tools menu of Gboard and among its options to search for the new icon for the Clipboard. There we will see all the text snippets copied. To paste a text and we only need to playing card.
The clipboard Gboard allows us to set texts to have them always available for pasting, a very practical option there to save texts that we tend to write very often, like our address or phone number. To set or remove an element and we only need to perform a long press or click on the Edit icon to perform this task on multiple pieces at the same time.
Within your editor you can add manually text fragments with just the push of the ” + ” icon. With this option, you do not need to select and copy a text to have it in the clipboard.
Gboard – keyboard for GoogleVaries depending on the device.
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