You and your IoT devices can send and receive files such as images, csv, txt and many other file formats, and all of these files can be stored and accessed at TagoIO.


Files storage is commonly used to send and receive files from devices, store data that is generated by your devices, store images to be displayed on different widgets, store files to be attached to emails, or whatever other need you might have with storing files and getting private or public access to those files.

To use the files via Admin, go to Files in the left menu, and from there you can see and manage all the files and folders that are stored on your account. You can also upload more files from there.

Developers can use our SDK to: store and manage files using their applications, upload files from devices, and more.


There are several features available on the Files page. For example, you can drag-and-drop files onto the page in order to upload them to the current folder; you can also select multiple files by using the Shift key or the Ctrl key while clicking on the desired files.

You may want to perform actions in your existing files; to find everything you can do, simply right-click one of your files, and then choose an option from the dropdown menu.

You can also just select a row and the right-side panel will show information on the selected files and folders.

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