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There's an option in Yahoo Groups to download Groups Data. I submitted a request but I haven't heard back yet so I can't verify if it's the solution to our problem: https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/getmydata In the meantime, I like this script: https://github.com/IgnoredAmbience/yahoo-group-archiver (Thanks @tripleee in the comments). This script downloads all ...


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Go to takeout.google.com Deselect all and select only Drive. By default, the data will be downloaded in MS format, but if you want your data in different formats (e.g. PDF), click on "Multiple formats" before going to the next step.


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When you look at the version history, there are 3 dots next to each version. You can make a copy of a version and save it wherever you want and download.


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I'm aware this was asked some months ago but this recently became a part of my weekly workflow and I decided there had to be a better answer than the roundabout answers that were given. My solution is admittedly a little hacky but it has worked for me and, barring any future changes Google plans to make in how they encode their URLs, should work for the ...


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One solution I found was to right click the sheet in the bottom bar copy to > new spreadsheet. This will create a new spreadsheet containing just this tab. Just make sure to delete this new spreadsheet when you are done as this can get confusing as you are essentially duplicating your data.


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You can also use Google's Takeout system for downloading one large folder from Google Drive. It allows up to 50GB .zip files. Here are the main steps: In Google Drive temporarily move the folder you want to download to the top level of your drive (the "My Drive" folder). Go to https://takeout.google.com/settings/takeout On Step 1: Select data to include ...


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As an alternative to using the APIs, install Backup & Sync and download your file that way - it's simpler.


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