How often does it happen that you have specific information or data copied to your clipboard that you want to share with another device? Sounds like a far fetched dream on Google Chrome, doesn’t it? Well, this is where you are wrong.
Google Chrome has a range of amazing hidden features that not many users are aware of. Out of them, the Clipboard sharing function is hands down the biggest one of the lot. It allows the users to sort out the clipboard contents via the current Google account you are using that is integrated with Google Chrome.
Since the feature is quite underrated, it isn’t surprising that not many people are aware of how it works and the steps involved to enable it. This comprehensive and updated guide will walk you through all the basic steps on how to enable clipboard sharing in Google chrome and how you can use it seamlessly in the future.
Steps to enable clipboard sharing in Google Chrome:
- Open Google Chrome:
2. Next, on the address bar enter chrome://flags
3. Now, search “clipboard” in the search bar, and many options will appear, and enable them:
4. Next, click the “Relaunch Now” button to restart your Chrome browser with the flags enabled: