1. Go to “Your Links” (you have to be logged in).
2. Select the links you want to export (or select “All” if you want to export all of your links), then click on the “Export” button, and all your links will be exported as a .CSV file.
Your .csv file will now be dowloaded and you can see your export links in that file.
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