Google is rolling out support to its take out service for exporting email and appointment data from its Gmail and Google Calendar services, the company announced today.
While Google often supports data exporting when sunsetting a service, the company says in this instance it’s simply allowing users the ability to better archive personal data and switch to other services with less friction.
Exporting Google Calendar data should be available today while support for Gmail exporting should be rolling out over the next few weeks. In a typical Google fashion, the take out service supports granular exporting options like only exporting certain labels or calendars.
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