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Google Takeout now lets you export your Blogger-hosted blog and more Google+ data

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This week Google continued the process of expanding the kinds of data its users can export and download to save locally on their machines. In a post on its Data Liberation blog, the company announced that Blogger users can now download an entire archive of — or individual posts from — their blogs using Google Takeout. For all of you with an old blog hosted on the service, it might be fun to hold onto the data for posterity's sake. Blog posts are exported as Atom XML files. Additionally, Data Liberation has added a couple more kinds of Google+ data that can be exported: you can now download HTML files of your posts and JSON files with your Circles, if you so desire.

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