How to save and send text phrase using SwiftKey for Android

SwiftKey is one of the most commonly used keyboards for Android devices takes to its convenience. Today, this little keyboard has gotten a lot more useful as the latest update allows you to save various text phrases that can be used later, as well as an Incognito mode for private texting.

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With the latest SwiftKey update, the keyboard has acquired a Clipboard feature that allows you to save text phrases that you commonly use. The Clipboard feature can be accessed under the Typing menu, and once accessed, you’ll be given the option to add a new text phrase that will be saved into the keyboard.

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Once saved, you’ll be able to access said text phrase by accessing SwiftKey’s hamburger menu and tapping on the clipboard icon. From there, tapping on the phrase itself will cause it to appear in the text box.

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Additionally, you can set a Shortcut for your text phrases as well. By filling up the Shortcut box with a simple line of text, SwiftKey will automatically recommend the text phrase associated with the shortcut.

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Finally, Incognito mode is now available for all SwiftKey users. Accessible via the keyboard’s hamburger menu, Incognito mode will allow users to use the keyboard without SwiftKey recording the words being typed out. The feature is useful for people who share their devices with multiple people.

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Source: Android Authority

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