Personal Google Voice Data Can be Exported Now

Google Takeout, the recently launched “data liberation” service that lets you export files, photos and data from Google services like Picasa and Buzz, now includes support for Google Voice.

"We believe that our users should be able to export any data that they create in (or import into) one of our many products,” Google engineer Anthony Jawad writes in a post on the news.

"This means that all of the data associated with your Google Voice account, from your call history to voicemail messages, greetings and call recordings, is now available for download,” he adds.

Google Takeout was first introduced when Google+ was unveiled and the tech firm has since made a goal of supporting as many servers as possible, Calendar, Gmail, Docs and more may all be in the support pipeline for the future.


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