The Home page allows you to manage the notebooks from different sources:
- Default workspace
- Your own workspace
Shared with you (individual notebooks by other authors)
Other workspaces (all notebooks of a selected shared workspace)
There are several options to help you organize and manage notebooks in your workspace.
Choose how to view notebooks
You have two options to view notebooks on the Home page: List view (default) and Card view. You can find the icons for these views in the upper-right corner of the notebook list. Try both options to see which one suits you better.
Use the notebook menu
The notebook menu is the main interface element for managing notebooks.
Right-click the notebook that you want to manage. Alternatively, you can click the vertical ellipsis icon for the respective item.
Select an action from the popup menu.
The notebook menu provides the following options:
|Open in new tab||Opens the notebook in the editor in another tab.|
|Rename||Allows to edit the notebook title.|
|Share||Allows to invite other Datalore users to view or edit your notebook. After you click this item, perform the following steps in the share dialog: |
For more information, see Collaboration.
|Toggle favorites||Marks the notebook as favorite. You can access all your favorite items from the left-hand panel of the Home page.|
|Move to trash||Moves the notebook from the workspace to Trash. Unlike workspaces, notebooks moved to trash can be restored.|
|Clone||Creates a copy of the notebook in the same workspace.|
|Copy||Creates a copy of the notebook for pasting into another workspace.|
|Paste||Pastes the previously copied or cut notebook into the currently viewed workspace.|
|Attached files||Allows to manage the notebook attachments. For more information, see Notebook attachments and Data.|
|Attached secrets||Allows to manage secrets. For more information, see Secrets.|
|Export .datalore||Saves the notebook to your file system with the .datalore extension.|
|Export .ipynb||Saves the notebook to your file system with the .ipynb extension.|
|Export .py||Saves the notebook to your file system with the .py extension.|