How to migrate RSS feeds from Google Reader

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Google announced last week that Google Reader is closing down. The Web-based RSS feed reader will be history on July 1, 2013, which means you’ve got a little more than three months to move those Google Reader subscriptions to a new RSS reader.

In this video, I’ll show you exactly how to do that, using Takeout, Google’s way of providing your information in a format you can take with you to other programs. I’ll turn my Google Reader subscriptions into a file that I can then use with different RSS readers. And I’ll show you how to get your information into other services like Feedly and The Old Reader.

Looking for more information about Google Reader’s impending shutdown? You can read about three alternatives to Google Reader and find out how other developers are looking to fill the gap left by Google.

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