ImageKit.io provides the ability to search, delete, tag, and update files easily.
You can access search functionality from the top of the Media Library section. There are two search modes available.
Basic searching allows you to search a file or folder by name. Enter the full name or the characters at the beginning of the name and hit enter.
All files or folders whose name either matches exactly or begins with the provided input will be returned.
You can limit the search to a certain type of file using the dropdown before the input field.
By default, all files are searched, but if you are only looking for an image file then select images in this dropdown.
The advanced search mode can be accessed by clicking on the filter icon in the search bar. This mode allows you to create complex search queries to find the exact file(s) you are looking for. The advanced search mode allows searching based on -
Dimensions (applicable for images)
Transparency (applicable for images)
First upload date
Last modified date
For example, let's say you want to find a file -
That was uploaded within the last month.
And has either the
banner or the
summer-collection tag set.
And the dimension is larger than
You can set these filters in the media library UI to get all files that match the above search criteria.
You can also create more complex queries by combining multiple search parameters and changing how they are grouped.
There are two places where you can add a new search query -
Clicking on the
+ icon next to an existing filter lets you combine other search parameters in the same filter.
+ Add Filter link lets you add another filter in parallel to the existing one. This new filter can be combined either to narrow (
and operator) or to expand (
or operator) the results from other search filters.
Right-click the file to open menu options. Select the "Delete" item. This will open a confirmation popup. Click on "Submit" to permanently delete your file. Upon confirmation, the file is deleted permanently from the Media Library.
You can select multiple files together by pressing and holding the Command key in Mac or the Ctrl key in Windows. Right-click any file and click the "Delete" option to delete all files in one go.
ImageKit.io currently supports image tags and custom crop area coordinate update within the media library.
To open file details, right-click the file and click the "Details" option.
This will open a sidebar that has all image details, including File Name, File Size, and more. Here, you can add or change image tags as well as the crop area coordinates. Click on the "Save" button to save all the new information associated with the file.
ImageKit.io also provides APIs to upload, delete, and search for image files within its media library. The documentation for the same can be found here:
If you have any questions regarding Uploading, Deleting, or Updating a file, please get in touch with our team at [email protected].