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I'm looking for a program (any OS is fine), script, browser plugin, web-service, or anything else that would allow me to easily export all my Stack Exchange questions to Quora.

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    Dosen't sound like something trivial. Assuming there's an export method (using the api?) you'd still need to re-import them – Journeyman Geek Apr 24 '15 at 6:47
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    I hate to admit it – but there are already too many "clones" running around (many of them even forget to mention their origin), which makes finding true results via a web search difficult. With Quora I have my special reservations (as that even requires an account for reading) – so I have to agree with Mawg. </rant> But, @Mawg, that's the "political side" of it, and not to be discussed here; chat or Meta are better fitted for that. // Franck: Just the questions, or the answers & comments as well? Some background might also be helpful :) – Izzy Apr 24 '15 at 8:59
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    Questions and answers. Too much content deletion here, need back up. (To read Quora content without signing in, see this) – Franck Dernoncourt Apr 24 '15 at 13:08
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You can use SE API to export questions and answers for specific user, e.g.

or via query at SE Data Explorer, like:

select * from posts where owneruserid=1234;​

alternatively you can extract such data from the dump using Torrent client (such as BitTorrent).

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