In Talend Studio, the highest physical structure for storing all different types of data integration Jobs, metadata, routines, etc. is the "project".
From the login window of the Studio, you can:
create a local project.
When you launch the Studio using a locally loaded license for the first time, there are no default projects listed. You need to create a project that will hold all data integration Jobs and business models you design in the current instance of the Studio.
You can create as many projects as you need to store your data of different instances of your Studio.
When creating a new project, a tree folder is automatically created in the workspace directory on your repository server. This will correspond to the Repository tree view displayed on the main window of the Studio.
For more information, see How to create a project.
import the Demo project to discover the features of Talend Studio based on samples of different ready-to-use Jobs. When you import the Demo project, it is automatically installed in the workspace directory of the current session of the Studio.
For more information, see How to import a demo project.
import projects you have already created with previous releases of Talend Studio into your current Talend Studio workspace directory.
For more information, see How to import local projects.
open a project you created or imported in the Studio. You can as well open a project stored on the remote repository.
create a sandbox project.
For more information, see How to create a sandbox project.
delete local projects that you already created or imported and that you do not need any longer.
For more information, see How to delete a local project.
Once you launch Talend Studio, you can export the resources of one or more of the created projects in the current instance of the Studio. For more information, see How to export a project.
Talend Studio enables you as well to work on projects collaboratively. For more information about how to share a project, see Working collaboratively on project items.