If you copy and paste a lot of information this workflow might be useful for you. It makes my work a lot easier.
You will need:
Using your mouse software, set the first side button to Copy (ctrl-c) and the second button to Paste (ctrl-v). Now set the hotkey of your clipboard monitoring program's popup to ctrl-alt-v. You already use the mouse to select text to be copied so this saves you a lot of time. As a result you can copy and paste text between windows quickly using just the mouse. You can also quickly copy multiple items in succession and use ALT + side button 2 to bring up the list of copied items with minimum effort.
An improvement to this solution would be if you could use a quick press to paste and a long press to invoke the clipboard program, and not needing the keyboard. However MS intellitype invokes ctrl-v on RELEASE and not on press, so I cannot built an autohotkey script to check how long the key is pressed down.
Hope you'll find this useful.
BTW, i'm happy to turn this into a general workflow tips - there's always many articles on individual pieces (hotkeys, programs) but not enough on a nice solution that consist of a total workflow.