A vault is the fundamental object in Cryptomator. Like the term suggests, it represents the single location where all files inside this vault are stored encrypted. From the perspective of your operating system it is a normal directory containing at least two files and one directory:
You can remove a vault from the vault list by right clicking on the list entry. This is only possible while the vault is locked.
By removing a vault from this list, it is not deleted from your filesystem.
To irrevocably get rid of the vault, you can simply delete the vault directory (which contains your
masterkey.cryptomator and the
d directory) using your normal file manager.
You can change the order of your vaults by dragging them to the desired position.
Each vault has an own set of settings which can be viewed and customized in the vault options window.
To open it, select in the main window the locked vault in question and click the
Vault Options button with the gear.
The options are divided in three categories:
General - Options not fitting into another category
You can select here if the vault is unlocked as soon as Cryptomator starts.
Mounting - All options about where and how you can access your unlocked vault
The mount options depend on the selected volume type
Password - Options and actions regarding your vault password and the recovery key
Password we refer to the regarding sections.