Bucket is where the data from your devices is stored. You may create as many buckets as you wish. We recommend to create one bucket for each device to make it easier to find and keep control of the data. However, one bucket may be linked to more than one device.

When a device is created, TagoIO automatically creates a bucket for it with the same name.

Creating Buckets

To create a bucket, click on Bucket on the sidebar. Then, click the "Add Bucket" button and enter a name for the bucket.

In the General Information tab, you can select the period of retention for the data in the bucket - data older than this period will be removed. 

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