Community articleGetting Files feeds
Added by IBM contributorIBM on December 21, 2015
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Use the Atom subscription API to retrieve resources from the Files application.



Use the Atom subscription API to retrieve resources from the Files application.
Getting a feed of public files
Get a feed that lists all public files.

Getting a feed of your pinned files
Get a feed that lists the files that you have pinned.

Getting a feed of your folders
Get a feed that lists file folders to which you have access.

Getting a feed of your pinned folders
Get a feed that lists file folders that you have pinned.

Getting a feed of folders to which you recently added files
Get a feed that lists the folders that you added files to recently.

Getting a feed of the files in a folder
Get a feed that lists the files associated with a file folder.

Getting a feed of public file folders
Get a feed that lists public file folders.

Getting a feed of a person's library
Get a feed that lists the files in a person's library.

Getting a feed of your files
Get a feed that lists the files in your library.

Getting a feed of file shares
Get a feed that lists the share entries. A share entry describes an instance in which access that has been given to a file.

Getting a feed of a file's comments
Get a feed that lists all of the comments associated with a file.

Getting a feed of my file's comments
Get a feed that lists all of the comments associated with one of your files.

Getting a feed of the files in your recycle bin
Get a feed that lists all of the files in your recycle bin.

Flagging Files content
Using the Atom Publishing Protocol, also known as AtomPub, you can flag content as inappropriate so that the site administrator can take care of it.