Table of Contents
Updated by Alex Cota
This document provides an initial introduction to the features within the Labelbox web app.
When you click on the Projects tab, you will see a list of all projects related to your organization. By default, the most recently created projects will be listed first.
Here you can search for a project, create a new project, delete a project by clicking on the three dots next to a project name, and pin one or more projects to the top of this list.
You can also access the Project dashboard by clicking on a project. The Project dashboard displays project-specific metrics and provides access to tools to help you manage and monitor the progress of each individual project.
For more information about these project-specific metrics and tools, see Intro to the project dashboard.
When you click on the Members tab, you will see a list of all members in your organization. The most recently added members will be listed first.
Here you can add members, remove members from your organization, and change the role of a member. For more information on organization and project-based roles, see Members overview.
When you click on the Datasets tab, you will see a complete list of all of the datasets you have created. The most recently created datasets will be listed first.
Here you can upload a new dataset, delete a dataset by clicking on the three dots next to a dataset name, and add to a dataset.
For more information about uploading data, see Data import overview.
When you click on the Tasks icon, you will see a dropdown list of all of the server-side operations you have requested. For example, when you select “generate export” to export your labels, the Labelbox server will create a file containing all of the label data for a given project so you can download it to your local computer. In addition to listing data export tasks, this dropdown will also list all of your data import tasks.
In the top right corner of the Labelbox app is your user dropdown menu. Documentation will bring you to our Labelbox documentation. Release notes will bring you to the release notes section of our documentation and a button where you can subscribe to future release notes. API explorer will bring you to our interactive tool where you can explore our GraphQL API queries, mutations, fields, and types. At the bottom of this dropdown, you will see an option to Logout of your current account.
Account has three tabs. The Details tab will lead you to access your profile details such as name, email, membership role, organization name, and organization ID. The Usage section contains two tables, one for Organization usage and another for Labeling breakdown. The API tab is where you can generate an API key. For more details, see API keys.