How to Configure and Use Pagination for Large Buckets. How to browse large bucksts.
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How to use pagination for very large buckets.

For large buckets or folders, which may contain hundreds of thousands of files, you may want to use the Pagination feature, it allows you to break large bucket listings into pages.

To Enable Bucket Pagination:

1. Click Tools, Options

Tools, Options, Data Integrity

Click Tools, Options

2. The Options dialog will open, switch to the Interface tab:

Bucket Pagination Options

Click Tools -> Options - > Interface to edit pagination settings

2. Tick the Enable bucket pagination check-box.

Once enabled, Bucket Listings will be displayed as shown below:

How Bucket Pagination works

How bucket pagination works. Use the Next Page, Previous Page buttons to navigate through the pages.

You may use the Next Page / Previous Page buttons to navigate through the pages.

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