Google recently introduced a new feature that lets Android smartphone users use their smartphones as a means to send texts or web pages to devices that are linked to your Google account.
If you’re a Chrome 79 user, you can now copy lines of any article then can send it on your smartphones. There are a few steps that you need to follow to make it work.
HOW TO STEPS:
- Download Chrome Canary’s latest build on both your PC (Windows, macOS) and Android phone.
- Visit chrome://flags page
- Search for clipboard.
- Select “Enabled” for the following three flags
- Enable receiver device to handle shared clipboard feature
- Enable shared clipboard feature signals to be handled
- Sync Clipboard service
- Once you enable those flags, it will ask you to relaunch your Chrome browser.
- Relaunch the browser and select some texts,
- right-click on the selected text to bring the context menu.
- The first option in the context menu is Send text your devices.
- Hover your cursor to the option and chose the smartphone you want to send the text to.
On your Android phone:
- Open Chrome Canary.
- Select any piece of text by tapping and holding it.
- Tap on Share > Choose “Send text to your devices” option.
- Next, select the device from the list.
After that, a notification will appear on your PC and the text will be automatically copied to your Windows clipboard (or macOS’ clipboard). So, you can simply paste it anywhere on your PC.