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Google Takeout extends support to all Blogger accounts

Google Takeout has introduced more support for all Blogger accounts and Google+ pages, announced Google's Data Liberation Front division.

The Data Liberation Front is a special engineering team responsible for letting users transport their data into and out of Google's diverse product lines. Google Takeout in particular allows users to export data stored within their Google accounts. The service can be used for grabbing bulk data from the likes of Google+, Picasa, Drive and YouTube, among other Google products.

"If you've enjoyed exporting data from your Google+ Stream and Google+ Circles through Takeout in the past, but are looking for something more, join us now and download html files with your posts and json files containing the circles for each Google+ Page you own," wrote the Data Liberation Front in a blog post.

Prior to this, Google Takeout was only offering its services for personal Google+ accounts. But following the introduction of this extended support, even those with Google+ Pages can download their data. Users can pick specific content from their Blogger or Google+ accounts to download, or export the entire thing.