We launched our S3 connector today that enables syncing objects from buckets.
The Carbon Connect
enabledIntegrationsvalue for S3 is
See more specifics about our S3 connector here.
File + Account Management Component (BETA)
We’ve launched a new component that enables the following:
Users to add and revoke access to accounts under each connection.
Users to view and select specific folders and files for sync.
The aim is to offer a pre-built file selector for integrations without their own.
The component is currently offered in React but we’ll add support for other frameworks soon.
You can find the npm package here. Please note it’s still in BETA so your feedback is much appreciated!
Expanding sort for
You can sort by
order_byfield in the
See more details here.
Support for audio file uploads via connectors
We’ve enabled support for audio files via the following connectors: S3, Google Drive, Onedrive, SharePoint, Box, DropBox, Zotero.
See list of supported audio files here.
Carbon’s Google Connector is officially Google-verified. This means users will no longer see the warning screen when authenticating with Carbon’s Google connector.
OCR Public Preview
We’ve been rolling out support for OCR, starting with PDFs uploaded locally (images and data connectors to follow).
Exposing Sync Error Reasons
We are now exposing error messages under the
sync_error_reasonfield for files entering
You can find a list of common errors here and we’ll be updating this on an ongoing basis.
List and Sync Items from Data Sources
We’re introducing new functionalities that allow customers to synchronize and retrieve a comprehensive list of items such as files, folders, collections, articles, and more from a user’s data source. This enhancement empowers you to create an in-house file selection flow, while enabling Carbon to also provide a user-friendly file selector UI and convenient helper methods within our SDK.
You can find more details here.
Upload Chunks and Embeddings
/upload_chunks_and_embeddingsendpoint to enable uploading of chunks and vectors to Carbon directly.
See more specific details here.