Manage data

Dropbase lets you easily manage all your data from one place using the Dropbase Database Manager. With Database Manager you can view, organize, and edit all of your data, including your databases, folders, tables, and views.

View your data

You can click through tables and views to see your data

Organize your data

You can use folders to organize all the tables in your database.

Edit your data

You can collaboratively edit data in your database on a cell-by-cell level. This is useful if you need to manually edit some of the data loaded to your database. You can also add comments to each edit you make to provide context.

To edit data in your database on a cell-by-cell basis, select the table you want to update data in, double-click anywhere in the table, and start making edits. Each edit will be recorded in the sidebar to the right, and you can save changes by clicking on "Submit Data". Only Admins can commit data to the database.

Database Manager

Database Manager is the main dashboard to manage all of your data and databases. It is the most intuitive way to manage a database. Database Manager makes it easy for users to organize all of their database tables into folders, using a column-based interface that displays a hierarchy of table organization. Through the Database Manager, you can manage all of your data stored in Dropbase Database. You can access your database, the underlying folders, and the tables inside each folder.

The Database Manager is made up of a few core components: Databases, Folders, Tables, and Views.

Databases

Databases are automatically created by Dropbase when you create your Workspace. Each Workspace comes with one Database instance. The Database is where you load and store all of your important and cleaned up data. A Database consists one or more folders. At the moment, users cannot create more that one database per Workspace, but we will be adding this soon. If you need this feature, please contact our Support and Sales teams to discuss. Currently, if you need more than one database instance, you can simple create more Workspaces. Each Workspace gets its own dedicated database.

Create a database