With the release of the Data Export feature, you can now
Go to your board
Click the "Board Menu" button (on the right-hand-side of the screen)
Select "Share, Print, and Export"
This will download a copy of your board data.
You can also just add .json (or /somename.json) to the end of a board or card URL, to get the prompt to save ...
Consider got-your-back which "is a command line tool that backs up and restores your Gmail account".
You can invoke it like this:
python gyb.py --email email@example.com --search "from:firstname.lastname@example.org" --local-folder "mail_from_pip"
After completion you'll find all the emails matching the --search in the specified --local-folder, along with a sqlite database.
Update: This is now available from a print/share/export menu on board and card detail.
Not currently. But it has been requested often and should be coming soon.
There is currently a card for this: https://trello.com/card/board/data-export/4d5ea62fd76aa1136000000c/4e9d8a91f482dd34ea18335a
If you live in the EU, you can request ALL your tweets that Twitter holds on you.
Visit this link:
Follow these instructions (and you will need a Fax Machine):
You have two options:
forward the emails to yourself and remove the attachments when doing it (and afterwards delete the original emails); or
use a desktop client to download the emails via IMAP and remove the attachments from them (not deleting the entire emails as is specified in the example you mentioned) - Thunderbird and Outlook seem to allow it.
As a stopgap, there's a (third party) XML export bookmarklet here:
Note: Using this bookmarklet can break HTTPS. You might want to logout and login again after using this tool.
Wordpress exporting only includes the database entries for your site. Upon importing an xml file to another Wordpress installation an option is given to copy media from within those posts into the new installation.
Google has an engineering team known as the Data Liberation Front.
The Data Liberation Front
The Data Liberation Front is an engineering team at Google whose
singular goal is to make it easier for users to move their data in and
out of Google products. We do this because we believe that you should
be able to export any data that you create in (...
If you want to download either individual components of your Facebook profile - photos, messages, wall posts, updates, friends etc - or indeed the whole thing, then you should use SocialSafe. You can specify what parts of your account that you back up to your own machine and the user interface makes it easy to browse or search through it.
You can download ...
The gdoc and gsheet files are, as you've discovered, simply pointers to the online version(s) of the file(s). (This only happens if you have the Google Docs app on your PC or Mac, of course.)
The only way to make local backups of the files so that they contain your actual data would be to convert them to a different format. Converting a gdoc to a Word file ...
According to this Blogger Status Report posted in May 2011 they replicate data of all blogs across multiple sites:
Blogger maintains replicas (copies) of
blogs in multiple locations so if one
copy becomes unavailable — maybe due
to a cut network cable or loss of
power — blogs continue to remain
However, if the data you store in ...
The following bookmarklet will only export an outline of your board; not nearly enough detail for a true export or backup, but it's a start. The script could be much more refined, but worked in IE9, FF 7, and Chrome against my own board and 3 others I tried.
You can download all your Facebook account following this guide : https://www.facebook.com/help/131112897028467/
Click the account menu at the top right of any Facebook page
Choose Account Settings
Click on "Download a copy of your Facebook data"
Click Start My Archive
It will download all your Facebook data :
Your timeline information (ex: your contact ...
Yeah, google drive sucks in that aspect. It doesn't save local copies of most files that do not count towards your limit (mostly docs, sheets, etc) anywhere in our hard drive. Not that we can easily access anyway. Also, even its "offline" feature, while it seem to work some times, it often fails.
Oddly enough, video files (smaller than 15 min they say) also ...
This Facebook app did it for me.
Friend List Exporter
You can export it into different formats too.
- Download a basic textual list of your friends.
- Download a basic textual list of your friends with profile links.
- Download an html list of your friends with profile links and profile pictures.
- Download a ...
If you use Google Drive, you can connect the two so that everything in Google Photos is also copied to Google Drive. If you use Google Drive sync, then they'll all be on your hard drive.
In Google Drive settings, check the box next to "Create a Google Photos folder" labeled Automatically put your Google Photos into a folder in My Drive"
Now you'll have a ...
Zach Drayer (@zadr on Twitter) suggested filing a FOIA with the Library of Congress, if you're in the US. Haven't tried it, though.
If I were to file a FOIA request with the Library of Congress, would I be able to get an archive of all my tweets? Cant get it from Twitter…
Source: https://twitter.com/zadr/status/199570827308580866 https://blog.twitter.com/...
CloudHQ is a paid service that supports one-way syncing between a variety of cloud platforms
I can't comment on whether or not the output would be supported by LibreOffice or HTML, but it seems likely that it would. I would email the developers.
Backing up someone else's data without consent may violate TOS or laws of state you or they reside in.
Visit this information before trying to acquire someone else's data:
Ethics of Online Backup Systems
Picasa Web is "going away" and is being replaced by Google+ Photos. (In fact, if you go to your Google+ photos and to Picasa Web, you'll see that your photos are all in "both" places.) Furthermore, I wouldn't expect to see too many more updates to the Picasa desktop application. Google doesn't want to be making desktop apps anymore.)
Further, since Gmail, ...
Instead of IMAP use POP.
From the reference
You can read your Gmail messages from a client or device that supports POP, like Microsoft Outlook.
The above means that accessing the GMAIL email mailbox, as the same happens with most of the email services mailboxes, using POP doesn't change the messages in the email server. Bear ...
A card for data export has been added to the Trello Development board. It will likely be developed after the public API though.
Backup your Gmail account for free, without 3rd party software
preserving labels, chats, threads, attachment and whatnot, in a usable portable format
The canonical way to backup the whole lot of your email messages (and a bunch of interesting stuff that Google kknows about you from bookmarks in chrome sync to workouts from Google fit, is trough their ...
you can also try this free tool, written in java: http://code.google.com/p/tumblr-backup/
but it just backs up the photos. But an advantage is, that it does incremental backups, starts on each run where it left off the last time.
Twitter is starting to roll out the ability for anyone to request an archive of all of their tweets.
Official Twitter blog: Your Twitter archive
Apparently it works similarly to Facebook's archive option. If the option is turned on for you, you'll see a link for "Your Twitter Archive" in Twitter Settings. Once you've made the request, and after some amount ...
The three security levels currently available in CrashPlan+ (which allows use of CrashPlan Central for online backups) are:
Secure key with account password (default)
Secure key with private password
Use custom data key
As for which level(s) to use, it appears that anything but the default meets the goal:
Secure key with account password (default)