Console Display and Features
  • 05 Aug 2022
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Console Display and Features

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Reviewing the Wasabi Management Console Display

When you sign in to the Wasabi Management Console, the display depends on whether or not you have created buckets. If you do not have any buckets in your account, a page suggesting that you create a bucket is displayed.


If you have buckets in your account, the Bucket List is displayed from which you can manage storage.

Understanding Console Display Features

The Wasabi Management Console consists of three basic work areas:

  • Wasabi menu
  • Common tools
  • Console panel

Wasabi Menu

The Wasabi menu is displayed on the left of the screen.

Click  to toggle between showing and hiding the menu. Chapters in this document describe each option. Click the Support option to access user documentation at any time.

Console Panel

Information is listed on the console panel, which is the largest area of the screen. For example, if you are working with Buckets, the Bucket List is displayed. If you are working with Groups, you will see the Groups List.

You can indicate that you want to display 10, 25, 50, or 100 rows of information per page. This option is available at the bottom right of the Buckets, Objects, Policies, Access Keys, Groups, Roles, and Users lists. The rows per page, an indication of the entries you are viewing, and the total number of entries are indicated. In the following example, we are displaying 10 rows per page and viewing entries 1 to 10 of the total of 16 entries.

You can use the < and > keys to go to the previous (<) or next (>) page.

A bucket with a large number of objects will list the first 300 keys when the bucket is first opened. As you page through the list, it will fetch 300 keys at a time. Any operation, such as searching or sorting, will take place only on these 300 objects. We recommend using Wasabi Explorer or another third-party tool that will download the entire list of objects if this is needed.

Common Tools

Several tools are displayed across the top of the screen. For example:

ToolDescription
Enables you to search for certain types of information, depending on the specific panel. In the example above, you can search for buckets.
Enables you to change the user interface language at any time while working with Wasabi. See Changing the User Interface Language.
Displays descriptive information about the current topic. For example, if you click this icon when the Users panel is displayed, you will access user documentation for the Users feature.
Indicates the account sign-in person. A drop-down accesses account tools used for:




Displays a button that enables you to perform a task (depending on where you are in Wasabi. Examples of these buttons are shown here.

Searching for Information

You can search for information when you see a button such as .

  1. To the right of the magnifying glass, enter a text string for which to search. (The text string might appear anywhere in the name and letters for the text are not case-sensitive.)
  2. Press the Enter key. Names that include text that matches the string are displayed after you press Enter.

Changing the User Interface Language

Click the language button and to select an alternative to English for the interface display. For example, German (Deutsche) is selected here:

Accessing User Documentation

You can access user documentation with the button. Or, at any time, select the Support option on the Wasabi menu. The Documentation page on the Wasabi web site is displayed.



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