Export Your Google Voice Data with Google Takeout

Let’s pretend that, for whatever reason, you decide that you’ve had enough of Google Voice and want to leave the service behind.  What happens to all of your Google Voice messages, texts, and call records?  It’s yours, take it with you.  Google announced today that Google Voice has become the latest service to get integrated into Google Takeout.  This means you can export your call history, voicemail messages, greetings and call recordings as downloads. Voicemail messages and personal greetings can be exported as mp3s whereas text messages are treated as microformatted html and forwarding phone numbers become vcards.

Google Takeout lets users export all their data and also includes support for Picasa, Google +1, Buzz, and more.

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