I've got a bunch of questions posted on a given stackexchange site, for example, superuser, and I would like to download/export them in a format that I can store locally in my computer. How can I download or export all questions asked and answers received from a given website stackexchange account? Any ideas?

EDIT: SQL query would be fine, but I haven't found out how. I want all my questions+received.answers in text output. Anyone?

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  • We'll be moving this to Meta soon. – Daniel Beck Feb 9 '12 at 14:01
  • SQL query would be fine, but I haven't found out how. I want all my questions+answers in a text output. Anyone? – 719016 Feb 9 '12 at 14:31
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    Go to http://data.stackexchange.com/, click on the site name, click on Compose Query and enter e.g. SELECT * FROM Posts WHERE OwnerUserId=84604. Then click Download CSV. Everything else depends on what you want to use the output for, in detail. – Daniel Beck Feb 9 '12 at 14:37

You have several options:

It really depends on what you want to do with how much of the content.

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