It’s very frustrating copying text to the clipboard expecting to paste it later, then forget and overwrite it. Very boring having to repeat the operation.
It happens to me to use a gedit file to paste urls before having to associate them with text because I have to use the clipboard first for the translations of the text itself, this especially when I write on WordPress.
Whenever you copy text from any document, an icon appears in the GNOME topbar. Clicking on it, the list of all the copied texts appears, which are always available until clear is selected also after PC reboot.
GitHub project: https://github.com/Dieg0Js/gnome-clipboard-indicator
To memorize each single entry, simply click on it with the right mouse button.
It is thus possible to extend the memorization and the saved texts and to have a mini archive always available. Really very useful.