Every now and again I run into a Mac tool which does something faster, easier, more efficient than my tried and true and decades old method. Here’s a good example. Copy a couple of paragraphs of text into your Mac’s clipboard.
Now, save that same text snippet as a file on the Mac’s Finder. How do you do that? Well, you could open TextEdit, create a new document, paste the text snippet into the document, then save the TextEdit document wherever on your Mac. That seems like a few extra steps for what should be a simple operation.
Add PasteFiler to your Mac and cut down a few steps while adding a few useful options.
PasteFiler works with text snippets, Rich Text, Images, and PDF files. File scan be saved in multiple formats with just a click.
Text snippets can even be edited within PasteFiler, and it’s smart enough to know what kind of file you want to save and automatically applies the appropriate file extension.
IF you grab text snippets, or copy images and want to save each without opening up a separate app for each, PasteFiler makes it easy.