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    Kenneth Hagar

              Go to the SwiftKey app. Look under "typing". Look under "clipboard". It tells you that you can save as many clips as you wish. In fact, each time you copy anything, it saves it as a clip. If you wish to save some of the clips for use in other documents, you can "pin" the clips you wish to save. You can access your clips from the "clipboard" icon in the "toolbar". And, you can assign "shortcuts" to the ones you use often, so that you can insert the clip just by typing its shortcut (e.g., "kgramps" inserts the multi-line salutation I put at the end of all my letters to my Granddaughter - it even contains appropriate emoji). The "clipboard" is explained in https://support.swiftkey.com/hc/en-us/articles/212813085-How-does-the-Clipboard-work-with-SwiftKey-Keyboard-for-Android-     And the "toolbar is explained in https://support.swiftkey.com/hc/en-us/articles/203203302-How-do-I-access-Toolbar-in-SwiftKey-Keyboard-for-Android-

              I have not found a way to save my clips and my shortcuts to a file, or to append them to my account, so that I can use them on my various devices. Instead, I have to build them separately on each device, and if I make a change, then I have to make that same change on each device. PHOOEY! 

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    Stacey Gates

    Three months, no answer - sad!
    You should be able to save the phrase to the clipboard & assign a shortcut.

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