Saturday, June 29, 2013

How to export Google reader data


In my previous post I discuss about Best Android and Tablet feed reader after the death of Google reader  and now am bring new idea on how to regain all the subscribers of your Google feed reader, but before that, if I any ask; are you still hanging out with Google reader ? Or you won't change your mind even after the death of Google reader? Nah !!!

I obviously believe some persons with few readers subscription may not care about loosing their subscriber in the out-gone Google feed reader on Monday but what about persons with huge number of readers,
would they think in the same way and how can they bring back all the subscribers of their blog on Google reader?

Panic not, for this is the best and ultimate solution to maintain all your Google reader despite the fact that Google reader has come and  gone.

Maintaining your Google feed reader requires exporting all your subscribers to another best feed reader alternative. And following the steps below, you will be able to maintain all your Google reader on your new feed reader.

Step 1: Visit Google reader page and click on import/export via the reader settings.

Step 2: Under the export tab, hit the download button through takeout or visit this link

Step 3: After the above step 3, it may take a while before all your Google reader data is being collated depending on the numbers of your feed subscribers and thereafter click on create achieve .


Step 4: On the next page, click download tab or button to download all your Google reader archive in zip format.

Step 5: Unzip the download file and locate subscription.xml in the unzipped file and upload the file your new feed reader.

NOTE: Feed reader like  Digg reader and Feedly reader does not support importing feed reader subscriptions.

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