Gitpod’s dashboard allows you to log in and out, navigate through all your workspaces, and view details of your account and subscription. It can be reached by pointing your browser to https://gitpod.io.
If you are not logged in, you will see a Log in button. Otherwise, the top-right corner will display your avatar’s picture. Clicking it will reveal the User Menu.
By default, the dashboard shows you a list of your workspaces and their current state. The list is sorted by relevance (running workspaces first). It can be searched using the search field.
Each entry provides information about the workspace’s name, creation date, workspace context (repository, branch, commit ID, issue, or pull-request), execution state (e.g. Starting, Stopping, Last run).
Workspaces can be started, opened, or stopped using the respective buttons.
You can also enable/disable sharing of a workspace by clicking the lock icon. See the section on collaboration for details about sharing workspaces.
You can archive a workspace if you do not want it to appear in the list.
If you try to open a workspace from an existing context, Gitpod will redirect you to the dashboard to let you choose whether to open a new workspace or reuse an existing one. Archived workspaces will not be taken into account.
Account details can be accessed via the User Menu > Account details. This page allows you to add or remove accounts to code hosting platforms and manage your Gitpod subscription. It also gives you a tabular view on your Gitpod usage.
You can log out of Gitpod using Log out from the User Menu. Note that your GitHub authentication token will be preserved for the next time you log in.