1. Project

A project houses environment variables for an application.


The dashboard page is where you can manage environment variables for a given project.

project dashboard

Environment variables

Environment variables can be added or removed from a project. By default, they are pre-populated in your first project for demonstration. For any subsequent project, it can be convenient to import existing environment variables by dragging and dropping a .env file containing them.

Here’s what dragging and dropping a .env looks like:

project drag and drop


In most cases, environment variables belong to specific environments: development, staging, testing, and production. You can input environment variables for each environment that your project uses.

project environment

Personal/Shared scoping

Every environment variable is classified as either personal or shared.

  • A personal environment variable is one created by a user of a project to be available for that user only.
  • A shared environment variable is one created by a user of a project to be available for other users of the project.

You can toggle the classification of an environment variable by pressing on its settings:

project variable toggle open

You can search for any environment variable by its key.

project search


You can sort environment variables alphabetically by their keys.

project sort


You can hide or un-hide the values of your environment variables. By default, the values are hidden for your privacy.

project hide

Download as .env

You can download your environment variables back in a .env file.

project download