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There is no way to track that, unfortunately. The only thing that is being tracked and reported is whenever a Super Admin (or an Admin with respective rights), turns the service on or off, for certain OUs or for the domain as whole. The actual user usage (accessing the takeout, or creating an archive, etc.) is not being tracked. I recently confirmed this ...


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One way is with Thunderbird, another way is with the Google interface, as follows: When you're in your gmail account, there is a profile icon in the top right corner. It might look like a blue person, or it might have a custom photograph you uploaded. Click on it, and choose "Account." Now click on "Download data" under "Account tools." Click on "Select ...


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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 ...


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Sorry about the confusion in Takeout's behavior a couple answers for you (disclosure I work on Takeout) Why is tbz gone? The usage numbers were extremely low. Zip and tgz had orders of magnitude more usage than tbz. We received a lot of feedback that tbz/tgz was a confusing choice, so we removed the tbz choice. Why is you mbox uncompressed? This has to do ...


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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 yada. ...


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If you are familiar with linux/unix then there is a simpler method using wget/curl. Steps: Initiate download via takeout page in your browser Go to "Window->Downloads" Locate the download which is in-progress right now Right click + Copy link address From your terminal - wget {url} wget is more stable. you can manually set timeouts. Bonus: you can ...


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Currently (June 2019), https://takeout.google.com/ has options to either perform a one-time export or to schedule exports every 2 months for a year (6 archives). The archive can be delivered as a download link via email or added to Drive/Dropbox/OneDrive/Box.


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The bottom line is, no, there is not. Unlike Blogger, which has a way to write posts externally, Google+ does not have any such public system, and Google appears to have not wanted to support such a thing to migrate posts at this time. Make sure you use the Send feedback system to make sure they are aware of your displeasure with this situation and urge ...


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I think I finally found a way to do this. First go to https://www.youtube.com/account_advanced and click on the "Change or add password" option. This will redirect you to the channel's Google+ settings page. With this, you can add an account password specifically for your G+ Page / YouTube channel account, which will be assigned a login name looking like ...


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Try using GMVault The setup instructions are quite thorough and once installed you can synch (download) all your emails by a single command: gmvault sync foo.bar@gmail.com I believe this is as close to a one click solution as you can get right now. Good luck!


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Use aria2c! Open up the Developer Tools, then click the download link. View the Network tab and identify the request, likely it will come from a googleapis.com subdomain. Right click the request and Copy request location. Click on the Headers tab and in the Request Headers section, locate the line beginning with Cookie:. Combine all of the information you ...


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Well it depends on what you want to do. If you are looking to backup your Google account and want it uploaded to another Google account, then I would just say pay for g-transfer because there should be no problem moving a large amount--this is what I ended up doing. If you want to export to a hard drive, then you can try the .zip method, you can download ...


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I don't know if there is a way to avoid this annoying problem with takeout, but you may be able to work around it by setting up and using an IMAP or POP interface to download the mail onto your computer (which could be running something like the Thunderbird client).


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Go to brand accounts, select the channel, click on view account details, select privacy, then scroll down to the data download option. (It's not in English for me so I don't know the exact labels.)


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