Gmail copy and paste email – Gmail for Android app now allows for easy copying and pasting of Email addresses. Google has added a copy and remove button to the Compose Mail screen on the app. The new tweak makes it easier to copy and paste Email addresses as well as removing them. :Techbugs
Step 1: Go to the Google Play Store and update your Gmail app.
Step 2: Open the updated Gmail app from your phone’s home screen or app drawer.
Step 3: Tap the Compose button to open the new message window.
Step 4: Now type in an email address in any of the recipient’s fields.
Step 5: Once you’ve entered the address, tap one of the recipients and the new pop-up menu should show up.
Step 6: You can either tap ‘Copy’ or ‘Remove’ from the new menu.
Gmail copy and paste email – The new copy feature will be especially handy for users who want to move a contact from one field to another or simply replace it with another contact. It will certainly help to make things easier when one is in a hurry and wants to quickly move an address from the To field to the CC field, or even to the BCC field, so give it a go as the feature should be available right away.