Copy Gmail Email to Clipboard
Simply double-click on an email address anywhere in Gmail to auto-copy it to your clipboard
Copy Gmail Email to Clipboard is available for download. It had 119 weekly active users before it was removed from Chrome Web Store on 2022-12-29, and it has been downloaded from ChromeStats 2 times. The latest version is 0.0.4, and it was published a year ago. Be careful when installing it.
Total download count: 2
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How to install Copy Gmail Email to Clipboard from a CRX file
- Download the Copy Gmail Email to Clipboard CRX file .
- NOTE: Sometimes the browser may block downloading / installing CRX file from outside the Chrome Web Store. If so, you may need to download the ZIP file instead.
- In the URL bar, go to
- Enable Developer mode
- Drag and drop the downloaded Copy Gmail Email to Clipboard CRX file into the Extensions page
- When prompted, click Add extension to install Copy Gmail Email to Clipboard.
How to install Copy Gmail Email to Clipboard from a ZIP file
- Download and unpack the Copy Gmail Email to Clipboard ZIP file to a directory of your choice.
- In Chrome browser, go to
- Enable Developer mode.
- Click on the Load Unpacked button.
- Select the directory of with the unpacked Copy Gmail Email to Clipboard ZIP file from step 1. Copy Gmail Email to Clipboard is now installed on your browser.
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