Jack Miller on how to copy, cut, and keep until you need to paste it later.
Copy and paste is a time honored tradition for Mac users and it works much the same way for iPhone and iPad. We cut or copy something, then we paste it wherever.
The problem with that is it’s one item at a time. The Mac’s clipboard has no memory. Enter Paste for Mac and iPhone.
Paste has an unlimited history ability (probably limited by your Mac’s memory and storage, though) and can be searched by type of content, by app where the content was copied from, and even within the content itself (text, for example).
Not as nerdy or feature laden as the geeky Copy’em Paste, but very good.