This Monday, Google Reader shuts down. I’ve been using it for years and while I’m sad to see it go, it just means that there’s a chance for even better RSS apps to thrive.
If you’re like me, you use RSS feeds to keep up with a ton of sites. Hopefully you’ve already made the move on to your new reader of choice. But just in case you haven’t or if you just want a backup to be safe, you can export your Google Reader feed easily.
Just click on this export link -> http://www.google.com/reader/subscriptions/export
You’ll get a file called google-reader-subscriptions.xml. Keep it around just in case.
What do you think of the way the Reader shutdown has been handled by Google?