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  • Itay Taragano

    Hi Todd,

    Cloudinary supports returning a JSON of your resources with the Admin API, You can us the authenticated Admin API's listing methods to browse through your resources by criteria (all, by tag, by prefix, by type and more). For more information:

    Cloudinary also supports returning a list of all images/raw-files sharing a certain tag on the client-side. The response is a JSON snippet which is automatically updated and cached for 1 hour at the CDN.

    Here's a URL example:<your_cloud_name>/image/list/logos.json

    This URL returns a JSON of all resources in your account sharing the 'logos'  tag.

  • Todd Jones

    when I paste that url using my cloud name and tag I get a message it can not be displayed because contains errors

    the cloud name is correct, the tag is correct

    the instructions in the API are for programmers, not regular people... and make no mention of human readable browser URL

    any assistance is appreciated, going to have to drop Cloudinary and use S3 for massive project with hundreds of users... if can't get this figured out



  • Itay Taragano

    Hi Todd,

    If you can please share some more information regarding the specific issue you mentioned and your general use-case and requirements.

    Please feel free to open a support ticket, and we'll be happy to assist.


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