Some requests can return a lot of results. To make responses easier to handle, we paginate the results. You can specify how many results to return using the limit parameter.

To view the next page of the response, use the after cursor from the pager object in the response.
When you make subsequent requests, use the most recently returned after cursor to refresh all pages.
The last page containing data returns an after cursor to an empty page.
Further requests to this page are successful, but won’t return any data or new cursors.

To view the previous page of the response, use the before cursor from the pager object.

Results are sorted from newest to oldest, e.g. for GET /transactions requests, the after cursor points to older transactions.