Tutorials to learn how to manage Datasources in Onna
Datasources are containers that are connected to a specific cloud app and collect specific sets of data from it. For example, messages from a user in a given Slack channel in the last year. Datasources can also be folders where you upload and download local or personal files to complement your matter or investigation. For example, Microsoft Outlook PST files or PDF files.
Onna can read data from many applications by interpreting their data structure. For this, the Datasource creation process changes based on structure of the application data must be read from.
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