1. Select some text or pick an image and start dragging. Browser Clipboard will appear and the items can be dropped on it.
2. Now you can go to any other page and drag the copied items from the Browser Clipboard into the elements of the page.
Instead of dragging, the selection or an image/link can also be copied to the Browser Clipboard using the context menu.
Text items can be edited by double-clicking on them. Double-clicking on the Browser Clipboard creates a new item.
If you need to copy the same item multiple times, you can make it sticky using the pin icon. Sticky items are not automatically removed from the Browser Clipboard when being dragged off.
Any data copied to the Browser Clipboard is stored only in your browser's memory, on your local machine. Once an item is removed from the Browser Clipboard, or the browser is closed, the data is automatically deleted and there is no way to restore it.
Do not use Browser Clipboard for storing sensitive data (passwords, credit card numbers). Since the Browser Clipboard is technically injected into the webpages you visit, those might be able access the data without being drag'n'dropped.
This extension was developed by a Google engineer in 20% time. It is not an official Google extension.