#migration G+

#migration G+

Originally shared by Lars Fosdal

After some initial skepticism, I finally tried this tool – and – I am sold.

This tool can export in a well documented JSON format, as well as in WordPress eXtended RSS (WXR=XML). It can grab your profile posts, pages, collections, and communities, both posts and comments.

If you have a WordPress site, you can directly import all your G+ posts from the latter. Note that the export tool does not download the images, but the WP importer can do that for you.

The following appears to not be included

– +1’s

but those are hardly relevant after you migrate content.

So – if you want to grab your G+ content, don’t waste your time on Google Takeout, as that is a total mess. This is hands down the best G+ export tool I’ve tried so far.

https://blog.friendsplus.me/export-google-plus-feeds-45926c925891

Json Format:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1gOYJe61sI1GbO9qpFZJtwY3vdsZalsxtPgUnB2cvzAw/edit

WXR

https://devtidbits.com/2011/03/16/the-wordpress-extended-rss-wxr-exportimport-xml-document-format-decoded-and-explained/

https://blog.friendsplus.me/export-google-plus-feeds-45926c925891//cdn.embedly.com/widgets/platform.js

Save your feed!

Save your feed!

Peter Hatherley tells us the how and where 🙂

Found via John Chvatal and The Todd Lohenry Page 🙂

Originally shared by Peter Hatherley

Let the archiving begin – Now you can save your collections to a WP Site

Now we’re cooking with gas with Friends+Me’s WP accessory and not only that the SEO value will be priceless out in the wild

#migration #refugees #G+

https://blog.friendsplus.me/export-google-plus-feeds-45926c925891//cdn.embedly.com/widgets/platform.js

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