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    I am also very much waiting for this cloud clipboard functionality to come to SwiftKey on iOS.  I can't wait to test it as well.


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    Ryan P

    It's planned, but we cannot give an official release date. We will make some noise when it goes live, I'm sure. 

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    @Ryan any update on this?

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    Hi, everyone.

    I did a SwiftKey beta feedback report back on April 12, 2019 asking about the status.  On May 20, 2019 (yes, over a month later), I received a response with the following information:

    Matt Farrington Smith (SwiftKey) 

    May 20, 7:12 AM PDT 

    Hi there,

    Thank you for reaching out to SwiftKey Support.

    You previously contacted us about adding SwiftKey Clipboard support to Windows 10. This feature was due to be released but development on it has since been paused - we will of course be sure to update you should this situation change or we have further news to share on it.

    We appreciate your interest in SwiftKey in the meantime.

    Kind regards

    To say that I'm not impressed with the very late response is an understatement.  Of course, I am disappointed and Microsoft has totally screwed this up.  Being able to copy/cut and paste across Windows 10 devices is nice, but being able to do it across Windows 10 and iOS and Android devices is more useful to me.  Yet, it is beginning to look like the Cloud Clipboard functionality is dying or not really going anywhere.


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    Ted Howard

    Timeline & Cloud Clipboard seem essentially to the new MSFT strategy. Instead of being the OS for every computer they intend to be the services relied upon by all computers.

    I'm clearly wrong because Swiftkey should have had Cloud Clipboard before it was released for Windows. Why? Because adding a feature to Swiftkey is 1000x easier than adding one to Windows.

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