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Now, I make a NANY entry :) There's a few JSON Viewers out there, but none do what that html viewer does in my experience.  I'll also try to make something that allowes you to stitch selected JSON together in one file.

Stay Tuned

You should request it as JSON instead of HTML. -wraith808
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I have JSON files too. Now what?  :)

-wetsmellydog (December 19, 2018, 06:59 AM)
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Thought I'd posted here, but apparently not!  I released the NANY for Mass JSON Viewer.

Thought I'd posted here, but apparently not!  I released the NANY for Mass JSON Viewer.-wraith808 (December 31, 2018, 05:07 PM)
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First I want to thank wraith808 for the json viewer. I was able to get a better idea of how the export was formatted and the program was able to handle the size of the file.

There has been a very active group programming a G+ exporter and now enables exports to blogger and WordPress formats. If you have a large G+ following and posts, you will have to pay for license that allows for a large amount of post exports. Here is more info;

Update to how to export your G+ Site and what to do with the data.

The newest version of Google+ Exporter is now available with blogger and WordPress export options.

Here is what it looks like on blogger which is also a Google (Alphabet) property.

Here it is on WordPress

Examples of what other exports look like;

You can find the latest version of Google+ Exporter here;

If you need more, let me know.  I'm planning to put the combine function in there to combine all the data into one file, but haven't gotten it fully baked yet.  (And as there has been no response as of yet, haven't really had the impetus to do it yet)

I apologize for the late response. I hit the post button too quickly so you did not see the rest of the post!  :'(

As you can see, there has been a big leap in getting the export information into other formats. I believe the issue of trying to preserve and move information will only increase as new and old services come and go, a good way to manipulate the data will be needed.


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