From the Settings page, you can manage aspects of your user account and other settings.
Manage your user profile, including configuration of upload and output directory. For more information, see User Profile Page.
Review and modify the locations where you store data.If you are connecting to AWS resources, you can modify your authentication credentials.
See Storage Config Page.
Create or edit connections.
NOTE: This option appears only if connectivity must be enabled in your environment.
For more information, see Connections Page.
Configure your personal preferences on receiving email notifications about job success or failure.
NOTE: This feature requires access to an SMTP server to send emails. For more information, see Enable SMTP Email Server Integration.
NOTE: This feature may need to be enabled in your workspace. See Workspace Admin Page.
For more information, see Email Notifications Page.
If per-user access to AWS has been enabled, individual users must apply personal access credentials to their account to gain access to resources on S3 through AWS. For more information, see Configure Your Access to S3.
NOTE: The Admin Settings page is only available to administrators of the
Platform configuration settings:
- Review and manage configuration for the
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- Configure settings for external services.
- Manage user accounts.
- Diagnostics and license management
- Platform restart
For more information. see Admin Settings Page.
Databricks Personal Access Token
Each user must save a Databricks Personal Access Token to their user account. See Databricks Personal Access Token Page.
Create and manage tokens for access to the
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Tip: Access tokens provide a simple and secure method of consistent access to the externally available APIs.
For more information, see Access Tokens Page.