Method Of Importing Facebook Contacts To Google+ Via Yahoo

What if all of your Facebook friends switch to Google+ ? Would you ever login again on Facebook ? Actually its your network of friends that keep your eyes glued to the Facebook.

According to Facebook Friend Exporter:

Get *your* data contact out of Facebook, whether they want you to or not. You gave them your friends and allowed them to store that data, and you have right to take it back out! Facebook doesn’t own my friends.

Now Facebook is making every effort to stop users from using Google+, one feature on which they are stressing a lot is exporting facebook friends to Google+. They have not only banned Facebook Friend Exporter and other similar extensions but have also started to remove email addresses from profiles in an attempt to keep users away from Google+. Despite their best efforts its Facebook partnership with Yahoo that has proven to be a life saver or in this face friend saver.

We have a simple tip to export your Facebook friends to Google+ with the help of Yahoo. Just follow these simple steps to import Facebook contacts to Google+:

Step 1: Sign up into your Yahoo mail account -> Contacts tab -> Import contacts.

Step 2: Click Facebook logo, and allow the application to share contacts.

Step 3: Select all your facebook contacts by clicking the check box as shown in the image below.

Step 4: Go to Tools and select Export.

Step5: Download the file in CSV format as explained in the image.

Step 6: Go to gmail, Contacts tab and create a group named Facebook  for your new contacts to land into.

Step 7: After step 6 go into more actions tab and press import and select the Yahoo CSV file that you made in step 5.

Step 8: Go to Google+ and Circles tab, then Add and Invite and they’re all there!

Congratulations!!! you have successfully exported all your facebook friends to Google+ via Yahoo. Hope you like it :).

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