Google Keep offers a reliable and frustration-free note taking experience. However, it̵
To do this, visit the Google Takeout page and sign in with the Google account associated with Keep. Click “Deselect All” if you only want to download your Keep data and not files from any of the other Google services.
Scroll down the Products list and select the check box next to Keep.
In the “Multiple Formats” option, you can see the format in which Google extracts your retention notes.
Scroll down and click “Next Step”.
On the following page you can choose:
- How Google sends you the archive.
- If you want Google to automatically back up your Keep data every two months.
- The file type.
- If you want google to split the archive if it goes beyond a certain number of GB.
When you’re done, click “Create Export”.
Google will start backing up your notes and attachments. You will not receive the archive file immediately. Depending on how much data you have, this could take hours or even days. You don’t have to keep this window open.
If you change your mind, click Cancel Export to scrap it.
In addition to your notes, Google will send you the following:
- Photos, videos, or audio recordings you imported
- The names of the people you’ve worked with on Google Keep
- Your list of labels.
When that’s done, you will receive an email with a link to the archive that will expire after a week. Click “Download Files” and sign in again with your Google credentials to confirm.
Your computer will start downloading the archive file. If it doesn’t, click Download next to your last backup entry to request it manually.
In the archive, click on the “archive_browse.html” file. This will launch a web app in your browser so you can easily search through all of your Google Keep data.
You can also browse the notes individually from the “Keep” folder in the downloaded archive.