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Google Inbox has this great link saving feature that lets you save a link from an extension, the mobile app, or the Google Inbox itself. I really like how you can snooze links for later. I have a ton of links saved through this. Unfortunately, Google Inbox is going away at the end of March 2019.

Gmail does not show any of these previously saved links. Does anyone have a good way to export these links. They don't seem to be listed in takeout. As a bonus, what would you import them into?

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To export 'Save to inbox' links from Inbox mail:

Create an Archive of 'Reminders' on takeout.google.com because all your 'Save to inbox' links are stored in 'Reminders' You will get a zip file of your links to download.

But I don't know how to import them into Gmail. Any idea?

  • That exported them. Thanks! – PhilSwn Dec 29 '18 at 18:31

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