You can import documents to Text Projects by linking them from external storages. The linked documents are displayed in SuperAnnotate, but they aren't stored in our local servers. Learn more.
- SuperAnnotate supports text files with UTF encoding only.
- You can't upload more than 50,000 documents, whether it's in a project's root or a folder. The remaining documents will be skipped.
You can add documents to your Text Projects from your integrated cloud storage (AWS, GCP, and Azure). SuperAnnotate will have read-only access to your data; your documents are stored in your cloud storage and are only displayed in SuperAnnotate.
Learn how to create integrations:
To add documents from your integrated cloud storage to SuperAnnotate:
- In Data, click Add.
- Select Upload Documents.
- In the Integrations tab, select an integration from the drop-down list.
- Type a folder path (optional).
- Click Upload.
- Refresh the page to see your added documents.
The bucket’s folder structure will be replicated in SuperAnnotate’s two-level folder structure.
What is a folder path?
A folder path indicates the folder that contains the items and subfolders you want to add to SuperAnnotate. So, if you type Folder A/Folder B, it means that the items will be added from Folder B, which is a sub-folder of Folder A. If you don’t type a folder path, the bucket’s items and folders (and the items inside) will be added from the root.
To attach items from your integrated storage:
sa.attach_items_from_integrated_storage( project = "my_project_name", integration = "my_integration_name", folder_path = "data/folder_1" )
Updated 22 days ago