Google is now setting free the data and information from within Google Voice. Users can now export and download all call history, text messages, and voicemails so that they can keep track of and sort them outside of the Google Voice web interface. With Takeout, Google says you can ‘download a copy of your data stored within Google products.’
This means that all of the data associated with your Google Voice account, from your call history to voicemail messages, greetings and call recordings, is now available for download. Voicemail messages and greetings are exported as mp3s, text messages as microformatted html, and forwarding phone numbers as a vcard.
Via: Google Voice Blog
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