The Data Sources Hub allows you to easily connect a large range of data sources to Curiosity. The Data Sources Hub also gives an overview over the configured data sources once they have been set up.


To navigate to the Data Sources Hub, select Sources Hub in the menu.

This will then open the Data Sources Hub. Click on any data source to configure it.

  • Website:
    Web crawler to download webpages for an easy search experience. Starts at a given Webpage and follows links to find more pages to download.

  • RSS Feed:
    Import files based on a given RSS Feed.

  • FTP:
    Import files from an external FTP server.

  • External Connectors:
    Write your own data connector with our C# or Python library.

  • Folder:
    Import a local folder structure or network drive.

  • S3 Bucket:
    Import files from a AWS S3 Bucket.

  • Azure Storage:
    Import files from a Azure Storage instance.

  • Google Drive:
    Import and synchronize files and permissions from a shared Google Drive.

  • Microsoft Graph:
    Import and synchronize files and permissions from a shared Microsoft OneDrive.

  • Confluence:
    Import articles from public or private Confluence instances.

  • GitHub:
    Import issues from a GitHub repository.

  • Dropbox:
    Import and synchronize files and permissions from a shared Dropbox.

  • Google Cloud Storage: (coming soon...)

  • Box: (coming soon...)

  • Jura: (coming soon...)

  • Salesforce: (coming soon...)

  • ServiceNow: (coming soon...)

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