Setting an expiration policy for your 'Fetch' resources

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    Stephen Doyle

    Hi Dzmitry,

    I can see you contacted us about this directly also, and I replied to your ticket a few minutes ago.

    For the benefit of others reading this, there isn't a 'direct' way to 'expire' uploaded images automatically, but you can bulk delete based on the uploaded time, or by last-access time (available on paid accounts).

    Another common option is to use our standard APIs to delete images, using a tag or folder that you set at upload time  to help you keep track of images which should be deleted after some time

    Regards,
    Stephen

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    Dzmitry Tsiliupa

    Hi,

    I'm interested in the expiration of Uploaded images. Is it possible to configure our or your end?

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    Ashima

    Hi,

    Can we change the expiry for the "Uploaded" resources as well? 

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    Witei

    Is the default cache time for fetched resources still one week?

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    Maor Gariv

    Hi,

    Yes. It is 7 days by default.

    We can configure your account to cache it for different intervals (24 hours - month). It's available for all of our paid plans.

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