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Projects Page

Use the Projects Page for project navigation and management.

Your projects are displayed like folders: click a folder to access its contents. The Projects Page shows the top-level projects in your workspace. Projects that contain nested subprojects are identified by an extra nested project tab. An exception is the All Experiments folder, which shows all projects' and subprojects' contents in a single, flat list.

Projects page

If a project has any subprojects, clicking its folder will open its own project page. Access the projects' top-level contents (i.e. experiments, models etc.) via the folder with the bracketed ([ ]) project name.

If a project does not contain any subprojects, clicking on its folder will open its experiment table (or Project Overview page when relevant).

Project Folders

Project folders display summarized project information:

Project card

When relevant, the folder has a tab which displays the number of subprojects in the project. Click the tab to view a list of subprojects. Click on a subproject's name to navigate to it.

Subproject tab

By default, ClearML infrastructure projects (i.e. dataset, pipeline, reports, application projects) are not shown in the projects page. You can enable viewing them in Settings > Configuration > User Preferences. When enabled, all infrastructure projects are labeled with Hidden project

Hidden project configuration

Project Actions

Click Menu on the top right of a project folder to open its context menu and access the following project actions:

Project context menu

  • Rename - Rename the project.
  • New Project - Create a new project (by default a subproject).
  • Move to - Move the project into another project. If the target project does not exist, it is created on-the-fly.
  • Delete - Delete the project. To delete a project, all of its contents (i.e. any pipelines/reports/datasets) must first be archived or removed.

Create New Projects

To create a new project, click the + NEW PROJECT button in the top right of the page or in a project's context menu, which will open a New Project modal.

New project modal