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Seeing that there's no convenient way of doing this provided by Google, I've created a tiny online app for export of your starred locations: http://gexport.somee.com/ It's very primitive, but it does the job. (credits to endolith for the idea of implementation) UPDATE: this app is no longer relevant, you can use Google Takeout to export your bookmarks as ...


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To start, use a computer and open the Google Chrome browser. If you don’t have Google Chrome, then download it. Then use the Google Chrome browser to go to http://m.facebook.com/messages/ Then click the person you want to see the first message with. Now press Ctrl+Shift+J and then paste this code into the lower window that pops up, and then press Enter. It ...


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Under Privacy & Settings under the "Account" tab is a link to Request an archive of your data Download your LinkedIn data Did you know you can request an archive of your activity and data on LinkedIn anytime? Within minutes, you'll get the archived information that's fastest to compile including things like your messages, connections and ...


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I found the button class for the 'Want to Read' button and looped through and clicked them all by running this Javascript in the console. var buttonArray = document.getElementsByClassName('w-button-common w-button-unfollow'); for(var a=0;a<buttonArray.length;a++){ buttonArray[a].click(); }


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There is unfortunately no in house option from Reddit itself, nor are there any 3rd party apps that allow this. However, using the Reddit API, you could use: http://www.reddit.com/user/karmanaut/overview.json or to return in XML format: http://www.reddit.com/user/karmanaut/overview.xml Of course you can fetch just your comments or your submitted links: →...


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Go to https://takeout.google.com/ and select only Maps (your places) After downloading and extracting zip, use http://nearby.org.uk/convert-saved-places.php to convert to KML


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This facility is "not currently available", unfortunately. Maybe keep an eye on this page: https://help.twitter.com/en/using-twitter/advanced-twitter-block-options#


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Google Takeout can be used to download data from most Google services, including Google+. From the help article: You can download your Google+ content using Google Takeout. If you want to download your Google+ data, you need to download your data from: +1s Google+ Circles Google+ Communities Google+ Stream Note: If you want to download Google+ Pages ...


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Google Takeout will let you download your Gmail messages in MBOX format. From there, you'd need to convert it to CSV. I haven't used any of these, but a quick search found several possible paths you could take, for instance: MBOX-to-XLS Converter Aid4Mail mbox2csv (perl script)


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Apologies for the late answer, but I have recently been wanting to accomplish this too. I used the latest version of Google Contacts at the time of writing, and the density layout of "Compact" (not the default "Comfortable"!). I then used the column order of Name Job title & company Email Phone number Labels (I did not have any so I ...


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I figured out a way to export your starred locations. Go to your account settings Click on the section titled "Data Tools" Click Select data to download "Create an Archive" Check "Bookmarks" "Create Archive" Download and you're done! You'll get an HTML file with all the locations as addresses that are linked to the Google Maps.


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You need to use a third-party email client and get your messages via the POP and/or IMAP protocols. A desktop client is usually assumed, but you might be able to use a webmail app like Outlook.com. (You'll have a lot less control of your data with the latter.) From the Data Liberation Front: Escaping from Gmail IMAP, POP Access It's easy to use a different ...


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An enterprising fellow made a Python script to do this using Scrapy. It can output results as JSON or write to a SQLite database.


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Download a copy of your Facebook data: click the little arrow in the top right and select "Account Settings". Then find the line of text that says "Download a copy of your Facebook data" and click the link. I wrote a handy python script called mesExtractor that help you extract any conversation in your Facebook data. Using this script, I'm able to extract ...


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AFAIK there isn't a way to export/download stored passwords yet. References Manage saved passwords from the web - Accounts Help Sync passwords across your devices - Accounts Help Manage saved passwords - Chrome Help


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It appears that the only way to stop paying for a user is to delete them. This Google page explains that even a suspended user will still incur license fees. This Google page describes what happens when you delete a user from a G-Suite organization. It essentially says that all of the data will also be deleted, some immediately and some after a bit of time. ...


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No, you can not do anything with deactivated account. First you have to reactivate it and then do whatever you want to do, later you can again deactivate.


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From the MyActivity page, I chose "Other Google activity" from the menu. At the bottom of that page is a section: Download your past searches Create an archive of all your past searches with Google Takeout When you click "Get Started", you're informed: Download a copy of your data Please read this carefully, it's not the usual yada ...


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I saw this site posted elsewhere and tested their demo: http://app.feedcheck.co/amazon-review-exporter (I have no affiliation with them)


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I wrote a scraper (in Python 2.7 and Scrapy) for this task a while ago. Sans official API, it uses a logged-in session cookie and HTML parsing. Dumps to SQLite by default. GitHub: YouTube Watch History Scraper


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This is now working for amazon.de too. You just need to create a business account. Then go to Business Konto -> Beschaffungsanalysen (sorry for German, but he asked especially for amazon.de). There you can select required columns and export it to CSV.


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Amazon > Your Account > Download Order Reports


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Creating an archive using Control Your Content makes a copy of your data, but it doesn't actually delete anything. From the relevant help page: Note: Downloading your data does not delete it from Google’s servers.


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So far I didn't manage to replace my Yahoo Pipes, because all solutions require a bunch of effort. A project which generates python from pipe definitions: https://github.com/ggaughan/pipe2py And there is a code which creates node.js modules: https://github.com/neyric/pipes2js I got the first one at least running and will try to replace my pipes with it ...


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Try the following methods: Try log-in using Internet Explorer (as Active X is required). From the gear icon go to Export Data. Once Active X is installed, the screens will take you through the export process. See: Download the company file Export to QuickBooks You may try to install a trial version of QuickBooks that you can install on this computer just ...


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I'm not aware that it is possible to query Gmail for unlabeled emails using the POP3 or IMAP protocols. One solution to bypass this is to go to Gmail, find all those emails and label them with a new label (perhaps temporary). Then, pick the "IMAP folder" (which is actually a label in Gmail world) with that same new label name to download, and retrieve the ...


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If someone has Spotify, you can select "HTTP link" in the playist and send that to your friend as email: You need to use a service like the Gmail web interface, that converts all links automatically to link names by target. So just copy the HTTP link in Spotify and paste it for example in Gmail into a new email, then you get a text-playlist. You can ...


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The easiest way of doing this that I can think of is to open the page in chrome and save it as PDF that way you have a record of the conversation and its also searchable. If you dont use chrome you could also use a pdf conversion tool like PrimoPDF


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If you use Chrome, I have an extension just for this purpose. Here is the link Messages Saver for Facebook. I didn't try the really big chats, but what I have (up to 15,000 messages) it saves. You can also save in parts. You can choose whether to save your chat as just text, an html file with all smileys, emojis, pictures and other files embedded, or as ...


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Short answer From Google Takeout - Wikipedia On December 5, 2013, Google Takeout was further expanded to include Gmail and Google Calendar data. Explanation Formerly named Google Takeout, "Google Download your data" offer Gmail messages in MBOX format. From Download your data - Accounts Help You can download the data associated with your Google ...


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