Here you can specify which schemas you want to sync and scan. Options are:

  • All
  • Only these…
  • All except…

For the Only these and All except options, you can input a comma-separated list of values to tell Metabase which schemas you want to include (or exclude). For example:


You can use the * wildcard to match multiple schemas.

Let’s say you have three schemas: foo, bar, and baz.

  • If you have Only these… set, and enter the string b*, you’ll sync with bar and baz.
  • If you have All except… set, and enter the string b*, you’ll just sync foo.

Note that only the * wildcard is supported; you can’t use other special characters or regexes.

Snowflake gotchas

Here are some gotchas to look out for when connecting to Snowflake:

  • Account. The Account field requires the alphanumeric account ID with the region that your Snowflake cluster is running on. For example, if you’re running Snowflake on AWS and your account URL is, then the Account would be (note the .aws suffix). There are some regions that don’t need this suffix, so please refer to the official Snowflake documentation for this

  • The Role and Schema fields are optional. Specifying a role will override the database user’s default role. For example, if the database user is REPORTER with default role REPORTER, but the user also has access to role REPORTERPRODUCT, then filling in REPORTERPRODUCT in the Role field will ensure that the REPORTERPRODUCT role is used instead of the user’s default REPORTER role. If no schema is passed, then all schema available to that user and role will be listed as folders in the Metabase UI.

  • All other fields must be entered in upper case. Excluding the password.

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