When you use your Mac, there will be tons of copy and paste operations that you do every single day. That’s why you need a clipboard manager to keep a history of copied items to be used again later.
Check out these Mac Menu Bar Clipboard Managers:
Clipy lets your Mac remember earlier pasteboard entries when you have to copy multiple items consecutively. It even lets you create permanent items you can paste whenever you need them.
Once launched, Copied remains in the background and saves up to 500 of the most recently copied text, link or image. You can even make changes to any text clipping before copying it back to your clipboard.
CopyClip runs discreetly from your menu bar. It stores all that you have copied or cut in the past, allowing you to easily find that snippet of text you’ve been looking for.
This lightweight open-source clipboard manager does one job: keeping your copy history at hand.
Magic Copy makes it easy for you to manage all your favorite text and links and share them across any of your devices or online.
PopClip appears when you select text with your mouse. Instantly copy & paste, and access actions like search, spelling, dictionary and over 100 more.