Google believes in keeping its exit doors open. It does not want to make you feel restrained or bound by tight ropes. For that reason the Google Takeout service was launched by Google to allow you to export your data from Google if you felt like it. In fact for those users of Google+ who did not feel comfortable with Google’s Common Name Policy, Google takeout was recommended as the medium to take out all their contacts and other data in case they did not want to be part of the Google+ community.
Now Google has also added Google Voice to this data liberation service, which means you can now take out all your call history, voice messages, greetings, contact numbers etc from Google with the help of Google Takeout.
Google’s official blog announces:
“We’re happy to announce that Google Voice is the latest product available for Google Takeout. 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. Voicemail messages and greetings are exported as mp3s, text messages as microformatted html, and forwarding phone numbers as a vcard.”
Watch the video below to fully understand the idea!
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