Last updated: Jan-27-2023
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Tag assets automatically during upload by applying AI using Cloudinary and Google Auto Tagging, in Node.js.
This tutorial presents the following topics. Click a timestamp to jump to that part of the video.
What's auto-tagging helpful for?
|0:05||Auto-tagging is helpful when searching for an asset by a characteristic that's not revealed through its public ID, for example finding a picture of a flower whose public ID is nondescriptive, such as
Subscribe to the Google Auto Tagging add-on
|0:47||Click Add-ons in the Console options sidebar to view the available add-ons. Select the Google Auto Tagging add-on, and select a plan. (You can select the Free plan, which allows for 50 monthly categorizations.) Agree to the terms to enable your add-on. For more information about this add-on, see Google Auto Tagging.|
Apply auto-tagging when uploading
|1:18||Within your upload function, pass this additional configuration parameter,
Find the auto-tags in the upload response and Media Library
|2:39||Once you've added the tagging parameters to your upload call, your upload response will include the automatically assigned tags as an array called
Search the Media Library for an asset based on its tags
|3:43||Enter the name of a tag as free text in the Global Search located at the top right of the Media Library and click either your desired match or See matching results from the drop-down menu. The search results will include assets with that tag.|
- Watch more Dev Hints videos on the Cloudinary YouTube channel.
- Read all about the Google Auto Tagging addon.
- Find out more about searching for assets by tags and other criteria using the Advanced and Global Searches.
- Read this blog post to learn how to make product recommendations in Python using auto-tagging.
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