Universal JSON

Automatically Export & Sync Universal JSON Data

Universal JSON
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Full data sets
No code
No complicated flow charts
No triggers
Set up in under 3 minutes
No instructions needed

Data sets

Uniform JSON Objects
Varied JSON Objects

Built for Synchronization

This service is designed to help anyone continuously export (i.e. "sync") data from Universal JSON.

If you only need to export your data one time, check the website of Universal JSON to see if their service offers a one-time export feature natively. Sometimes a Data Source's native export feature may provide not as much data as its API does, in which case Flatly is the solution.

Additional Information

Flatly uses official API channels to provide an integration with Universal JSON.
JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) is a lightweight data-interchange format.
JSON Hosting

Flatly can access JSON in the form of URLs (example: yourhost.com/data.json?auth=secret), behind Basic Authentication. Flatly does not ingest JSON from a file upload.

Large JSON Chunking

If you have tried on your own, using code, to flatten a large JSON file from a web service and are running into resource challenges (memory, CPU, storage), you either need to implement non-trivial chunking architecture yourself or use a turnkey service like Flatly. Flatly is designed to flatten JSON in resource-efficient way, and replicate it as a flat files in a cloud storage destination you control.


Flatly's access to Plaid and Plaid's downstream connected financial institutions is read-only access to text. It is limited to account data (words, numbers, dates). It does not include any money-movement, transfer capabilities or account holder profiles/identities.

Plaid alone interfaces directly with financial institutions, caches data from those institutions on Plaid infrastructure, and then makes the appropriate scoped subset of that data available to partners like Flatly using secure connections called client libraries.

File Formats

Integration Flow



Step 1

Select Universal JSON from the Data Source dropdown and from the Data Destination dropdown.

Step 2

Authorize Universal JSON with your credentials using the Basic Auth Headers flow.

Step 3

Authorize with your credentials using the flow.

Step 4

Select your Data Set from the 2 Data Sets available using the dropdown.

Step 5

Click Flatten to sync your data.

Walkthrough Video

Extended Data Sources

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