Clipboard History: The Feature You Never Knew You Needed
Alfred's Clipboard History feature is invaluable, allowing you to copy as many items without having to worry whether you've pasted the previous clipboard content.
Saving Clipboard Items as Snippets Quickly
You can save a clipped item as a snippet with cmd + S in the Clipboard Viewer
Manipulating Selected Text in macOS with Alfred Workflows
Alfred excels at speeding up repetitive tasks and making laborious jobs easier; Whether it's formatting text on the fly, manipulating text for convenience, a quick workflow is all it takes!
4 Tips to Make The Most of Clipboard History
If you've used Alfred's Clipboard History feature, you'll no doubt agree that it feature quickly becomes an integral part of working efficiently at your Mac. We've got a few tips to help you use clipboard history to its fullest.
Clipboard History and Snippets in a Snap
Clipboard History is a Powerpack feature that has saved me hours of searching for links and re-typing text. More than once, it also saved my bacon when my browser or text editor crashed.
Alfred 0.7.2 Brings Clipboard History
Release notes for Alfred 0.7.2 (October 2010) announcing the release of the brand new Clipboard History feature, as well as improvement to the File System Navigation and iTunes Mini Player.