How To Use Google Takeout? In a recent update, Google has announced that it is all set to change its policy of offering free unlimited storage service. From 1st June 2021, you will need to pay for the service if they exceed the 15 GB storage cap. You will need to pay Rs 130 per month or Rs 1,300 yearly for 100 GB storage.
In case customers don’t want to continue with Google’s storage service, they will need to migrate their data.
Now, how can this be done?
Let’s have a look at Google Takeout Site and its features.
What is Google Takeout?
Google Takeout will let you easily download all your data, including contacts, Google drive files, and YouTube videos. It allows you to easily backup your data without affecting your Google account.
However, you will not get to filter the albums when exporting photos and videos. But, you can select or deselect the dates of images you want to export.
How To Use Google Takeout to Export Photos and Videos?
Step 1: Sign in to your Google account and visit the “takeout.google.com” to export your Google data.
Step 2: Click on the “Deselect all” option.
Step 3: Select Google Photos, scroll down, and then click on “next step.”
Step 4: Choose between the frequency options. These include (i) export once (ii) export every two months for one year.
Choose between .zip files and .tgz files. Once done, press on ”Create export.”
Step 5: Google will then send an email to verify your account. You will get a message that says, “An archive of Google data has been requested.”
Once the process starts, Google will take a few hours or a few days, depending on the date that needs to be downloaded. You will get an email once the process is completed.
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