Have you ever used Emacs' Registers?
If not, I recommend to try.
When we repeatedly do copy-paste,
kill-ring order changes during
So I used to find the text and paste it using
browse-kill-ring. It takes much time.
This is where Registers comes into play.
We can save a text (and a lot of things) to named Register, and avoid missing the text even if we add something to
Registers is standard Emacs function, so just type:
C-x r s [key]=> Save region to the Register
C-x r i [key]=> Paste the content of the Register
Emacs25 shows preview of the content before paste. Nice:)
...Although this is useful feature, I should admit that doing copy-paste a lot of time is not good habit.
If you would like to know more about Emacs Registers, please check out the document: