Create: Create tables in your Azure Storage accounts.
Delete: Delete one or more tables from your Azure Storage accounts.
Delete All: Delete all tables from your Azure Storage accounts with a single click.
Search: Search for tables in your Azure Storage account either using table name prefix or a partial string contained in table's name.
Quick Open: Quickly open a table in your Azure Storage account by simply typing in a table's name.
Access Policies: Get/set table access policies. Access policies are used for creating Shared Access Signature for a table in that container.
Shared Access Signature: Create Shared Access Signature (SAS) on a table. You can create either create ad-hoc SAS token/URL (i.e. without any access policy) or a SAS token/URL that is bound to a table access policy.
Query: Query entities in a table in your Azure Storage accounts.
Write: Write ODATA queries against your table.
Save: Save most used queries so that you don't have to type them over and over again. You can assign a friendly name to these queries for remembering them easily. Switching from one saved query to another is as simple as selecting an item from a dropdown.
Edit: Edit any saved query. Simply change the query text or parameters and you're good to go.
Delete: Delete any saved query that you don't need going forward.
Create: Create etity in a table. Supports all data types including Edm.Binary. For binary data type, you can select a file from your local computer.
Edit: Edit attributes of an entity by changing its name, data type and/or value. You can remove attributes from an entity or add new attributes to an entity as well.
Delete: Delete one or more entities from a table.
Download: Download entities from a table.
Multiple Formats: Download entities in either JSON or Typed CSV format.
Entities: Download all entities from a table, all entities matching a certain query or just a few selected entities.