By sharing database connections with your team, you’re making it easier for teammates to connect.
To create a new connection, open the connection manager by pressing
Cmd+3 or click
Manage Connections near the top center of the app.
Enter your connection details, and then towards the end you’ll see
Do you want to share this connection with your teammates?
Here’s what each option means:
No, keep it private: Your connection details will stay private on your computer. The credentials will be stored securely in your keychain. When your teammates use PopSQL, they won’t see this connection.
Yes, except the username and password: We’ll securely store this connection nickname, type, host, port, database name, but not the username and password. Your teammates will see this connection, but they’ll need the database username and password to use the connection. This helps your teammates get started with PopSQL.
Yes, including the username and password, and from the cloud: Similar to above, however, we’ll also securely store the database username and password, and we’ll execute your queries from our servers, so your teammates won’t have to worry about any connection details. This creates the best experience for teammates adopting PopSQL. If you maintain an IP whitelist, you’ll need to whitelist the PopSQL servers that will be executing your queries:
To delete a shared connection, hover the connection, and click the dropdown icon.
Delete for me: We’ll delete the connection from your computer, but your teammates will still see it.
Delete for everyone: We’ll delete the connection for all your teammates so they won’t be able to use that connection anymore. Your teammates will need to restart PopSQL for the changes to take effect.
For information on security, please visit our Security page.