I had the same problem on version 126.96.36.199 and found your post while searching for a solution.
Turns out the option is still there, but the advanced settings page is just hidden - for some reason!
To find the import/export options, go directly to http://www.example.com/blog/admin/#/settings/advanced and scroll down to the bottom of the screen.
It should ...
There is a free application known as TrelloExcel out there. I've been using it for about a week or two now - https://github.com/dillenmeister/TrelloExcel
It will very nicely export/import data, but it doesn't seem to handle updating existing items. For what you need it for, I think it will work to get you the task name, description, and due date (but no ...
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:
or to return in XML format:
Of course you can fetch just your comments or your submitted links:
You can only transfer ownership to someone that you have already shared the document with.
First click the share button, add the Google account email address, choose "Can edit" from the drop down menu and click "Save changes". Now click the drop down menu again, change it from "Can edit" to "Is owner" and click "Save changes". That should be all.
If this ...
Regarding the contacts - you should export all your contacts to a .csv file. Under correction, you should be able to do this by going to options, customize contacts and then export contacts.
Then in Gmail you should go to contacts and "import" contacts. I am not entirely sure about the calender entries, but I've successfully migrated contacts in the past ...
I would've preferred to do this as a comment on Andrew's answer, but anyways..
For people running Redmine 2.x who want to try the Redmine-Trello integration tool, you might want to try this fork of the project.
You need to open the page for the email and select the three dots where you can view settings for the migration. You should see an option that says exit migration. Once you select that, then you will be prompted with the email, calendar and contacts option when you try to migrate your data again.
BlueHost already have a Knowledgebase Article about How to access your e-mail with Gmail. You can skip the Outgoing Mail (SMTP) section as you presumably won't be using their service to send mail any more.
These are basically the instructions for using Google's Mail Fetcher to pull in old email, but they include BlueHost-specific settings. BlueHost had ...
Instead of transferring ownership of your Google Apps data, a process which is not provided by Google with a "right-click" simplicity, you can migrate all of your Google Apps Account data to another Google Apps Account.
The result will be equal of what you are trying to do.
This article in Google Apps Administrator Help gives explanation for migrating ...
The OP added that he used Sneaky Sheep which apparently takes the HTML from a respondent Google form and delivers HTML files.
Every time that the original HTML from a respondent Google Forms, due to a change made by the Google form editors or due the HTML output generated by Google, the HTML files should be generated again.
It's worth to say that:
In my experience, when I needed to move my Gmail, Drive, Contacts, and other apps data, I ended up using g-transfer. It was a way better option than Google Takeout (as you said, there are even more problems with Takeout now--and g-transfer seems to have gotten it right so far).
The only problem is that if you have linked stuff to your Google Play store or ...
If you're ok with the data being public (file>publish as html), you can expose/publish Google sheets as CSV/TSV/etc, then you could automate an import process with that URL as the source.
You can also access the data as JSON which might make the database import unnecessary (assuming the data is on the first sheet) https://spreadsheets.google.com/feeds/list/...
This is a bit off topic because it doesn't answer the question of Excel exporting, but it does address the side of good solutions for burndown charts. We use Trello Burndown from Blue Line Game Studios. It does a pretty good job and everyone can update their piece so it's not dependent on sharing an excel spreadsheet. You can find that at http://...
Since Both these services support IMAP, it's possible to use an IMAP client to migrate mails from one to the other.
If you want a GUI application, you could use Thunderbird or Outlook, and connect both the mail accounts. you can then drag and drop the messages from one folder to the other. Do note that your client will download the mails first, and then ...
The purpose was to transfer both Gmail contacts and Gmail emails. I didn't find a proper magic all-in-one solution so I used the following workaround.
I had to use two different solutions to do so. I'll start by the easiest one: The contacts.
You have to export them as "CSV Google", pretty straightforward:
Go to your contacts: https://contacts....
This is a very complex process that should not be undertaken unless you absolutely have to. Based on my experience I recommend involving a consultant that has done this process several times before.
You will need to perform all of the following steps:
Migrate all data you want to keep from the old Google Apps accounts.
Delete the domain from your ...
Was your original Google account created with a gmail address (eg firstname.lastname@example.org)? If so, then I don't believe that there is one solution for this. Instead, you need to transfer ownership of the artifacts created by each individual service to the new account. This is more than just taking a copy of the data and making it available to the 2nd ...
Google support suggests that if you're migrating from one Gmail/Google Apps account to a different Gmail/Google Apps account, just use POP3 between them. (Directions here)
However, you want to only copy/move some of the messages.
I would use a third-party email client that can connect to Gmail via IMAP. (Thunderbird would probably be my choice.)
Go you your Yahoo Mail, click "Actions", and choose "Export..."
On the subsequent dialog box, choose "Yahoo CSV".
Save the file somewhere you'll be able to find again.
Go to Gmail. Open the Gmail menu and choose "Contacts". (Alternatively, just go to contacts.google.com.
Open the "More" menu and choose "Import...". Select the CSV file you downloaded from ...
As Franck pointed out Google has documentation on how to export here and how to import here. These are the steps:
Open the Gmail account from which you want to export contacts and go to the contacts section
Open the More menu and click Export...
In the Export dialog that should appear, make sure All contacts and Google CSV format are selected (if you ...
Actual Answer: No.
Close but slightly off answer:
The closest thing to merging accounts at this time is linking multiple accounts. There is a nice article linked below, but the basic steps are:
Navigate to google.com/accounts and sign in with what you want to be your primary account
Personal Settings -> Multiple Sign-In -> save
At the top where your email ...
I found the problem in the import. There were about 3000 contact records. Around contact number 2900 I found there was an email field (that Google had exported) that contained eight (!) email addresses, separated by commas.
When I removed that record, Gmail imported the whole file OK. Before that, the entire file was not processed, even though the other ...
The Outlook.com documentation contains an article to import contacts. The article also described how to import from Gmail.
Add Google Gmail contacts or contacts from a .csv
The smoothest way to use Gmail contacts in Outlook.com is to add them on the Outlook.com website.
You can also use the Outlook.com website to add contacts from a .csv file. (...
Your best solution is to use the Google Apps Migration Tool for Microsoft Exchange.
Despite the name, it also works with IMAP services.
It will pull the messages and folders (including the sent items). It can also do multiple accounts at one time.
If you use Mail Fetcher, you will not get the sent items....
What you probably want to do is follow the same process as you would to Centralize mail from different accounts with Mail Fetcher. This will allow you to connect to your old Outlook.com account and download the emails you have there into your new Gmail account.
You'll need to use the following:
Incoming mail server: pop3.live.com
User Name: your outlook....
Since RoundCube supports IMAP, I searched for some solutions to migrate emails to Google using IMAP, and I did find imapsync. There are some steps available to guide you through (though it is mainly tailored for Linux users.
If it is not feasible for you, you can read more about migrating to Google Apps to see if any of these fits you.
There is no current functionality to do this (I'm not on the Beta, so I cannot test the Bulk Export functionality currently on offer, although it doesn't look like its what you need).
However, there is a card on the Ideas stack (sort of a feature request list), entitled CSV or Other Export. This looks like more what you want - however it's not implemented ...