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I want to know if there are slots of option in copying:

copy1 copy2

then paste1 paste2

I love surfing many websites but need to login on them. I'm tired of typing every time my email address and password.

Because there is email & password there must be two or more slots:

  1. for the copy-pasting documents
  2. slot for email
  3. for password
  4. for second email account
  5. for 2nd extra password

but the password must contain 4pin no. to paste

e.g:

  • save as copypaste 1?
  • save as copypaste 2?
  • save as copypaste 3?
  • save as copypaste 4?
  • save as link1 --add website link & title
  • save as link 2
  • add another slot
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    What you really want is a password manager -- you are using different passwords for every site, right?.
    – josh3736
    Jul 8, 2015 at 17:31

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The category of app you are looking for is called Clipboard Manager. Well, I have been using the app called Clipboard Everywhere which keeps a history of clipboard items and can be used very easily to recall the items copied before the last copied item.

Alternatively, you can use Clipper

I recommend Clipboard Everywhere as it consumes less ram. Best of luck.

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  • For additional alternatives, be welcome to check with my list of clipboard apps ;)
    – Izzy
    Jul 8, 2015 at 15:09
  • Those are good options - is this capability included directly in Android? I haven't seen such capability built into Android. EDIT: other than to use like a generic "notepad" and copy/pasting from there. Generally, I wouldn't want to use an external app for auto-copying anything I copy into its pasteboard (coupled with a password manager, that's asking for trouble, particularly for "shared" or cloud backed clipboard managers).
    – Jon V
    Dec 17, 2015 at 18:34
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Use Smart Multi Clipboard, It suits best for your use. Instead of 2-3 multiple copy paste job, this does for more than 50 text items together. It is actually a clipboard manager app that manages all of your copied texts in a stack and allow to paste directly once you click inside a text area.

You can also add your own notes into this. These pre written Pinned notes can be used just as copied items quickly like your address or email/message content.

Get it from Playstore here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cv.copybubble

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  • Do you have some association with this app, or are you just a happy customer?
    – Dan Hulme
    Apr 13, 2016 at 13:58
  • Hi Dan, I think I am the happy customer. But you are free to downvote my answer of you feel the app isn't how I explained or if you don't like it. PS: I don't have any association with this app, I am just a regular user. Apr 13, 2016 at 15:35
  • No, there's no problem. Even if you were the author, that would be fine. We just need it to be clear which case is which, so other visitors can judge whether the suggestion is a genuine recommendation or an advert.
    – Dan Hulme
    Apr 13, 2016 at 17:08
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Try LastPass. Everything you are asking for and miles more secure than the clipboard.
https://lastpass.com

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    Hi, thank you for suggesting this service, but since the main question is actually about multiple copy-paste, this answer doesn't fulfill the main requirement since LastPass is a password manager, not a general clipboard manager. When you have 50 rep, you can suggest this as a comment instead, as already done by josh3736. I hope you understand.
    – Andrew T.
    Aug 27, 2015 at 2:07

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