In this episode, David Woodbridge demonstrates the Universal Clipboard facility available on devices running iOS 10 or later, and macOS Sierra or later. If you now copy text, images, or video to the clipboard on one device, it should be automatically available to paste on any other device that uses the same Apple ID.
Note that for Universal Clipboard to work your device must support the Continuity feature and have Hand-off enabled. For more information, check out the Apple Support article "Use Continuity to connect your Mac, iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch."
Question about the podcast
Hello David, I would like to ask about your podcast. Can I copy and paste text in a everywhere? Ohr it does limit to specific places? and as always you Did a great job.
wondering the same thing. I tryed to...
I'm wondering the same thing too. I tryed to copy a text document in an app called sing! by smule, but it's not working. I know it's working in pages, and text edit, but was wondering if it works anywhere elce?
not working here.
This does not work for me. I've tired this from mac to ios and no joy. Hand off is turned on on my ios device running ios 10. I've ben trying to get this to work for weeks now so I could write about it in my book and show it in the video/audio presentations I'm putting together. Help?
HI. I googled how to get the universal text copy and paste to work, and they said you need to have blue tooth enabled on both devices. If you haven't already tried this, give it a go. This worked for me.