Previously, we reported that Windows 10 is a monthly update that will add the "Cloud Clipboard" feature. It is an upgraded version of the traditional copy and paste, enabling cross-device copy and paste. Give a chestnut, when you copy the text content on the PC, it will be copied in the cloud clipboard, and the user can access the content on other devices.
However, due to the accidental rollover in the October update, Microsoft had to suspend the update, and Windows users who did not get updates also missed this feature.
However, Microsoft seems to offer other ways to let users early adopters. Recently, according to foreign media reports,In the October RTM update, Microsoft will display a pop-up window, recommending users to download the Microsoft SwiftKey Android keyboard app, and specifically labeled: "Get the app to sync the clipboard item to your phone."
The pop-up window will guide the user to a upcoming page where the user can download the Beta version of the SwiftKey Android keyboard. Unfortunately, Microsoft has not mentioned when the iOS version adds this feature.
Microsoft acquired the SwiftKey app in 2016 and decided to bring SwiftKey to Windows 10 devices in the October update.