In the Unity Hub, the Projects page displays your Unity projects. You can use the Projects page to create a new project, manage your existing projects, or open a project in the Unity Editor.
View your projects
To view your Unity projects in the Hub, select the Projects tab. This displays your project names, when they were last modified, and the Editor version you made them with.
Note: If there is a warning symbol ⚠️ displayed next to your project, click on the symbol to see the corresponding issues related to the project.
Projects can be sorted in alphabetical order by name or file path, in chronological order by date modified or by Editor version by selecting the relevant field at the top of the projects list.
To open the contextual menu for a project, select the icon to the right (three horizontal dots) or right-click on the project. To show where your project is located on your machine, select the corresponding option for your OS: (Windows: Show in Explorer, MacOS: Reveal in Finder, Linux: Show in File Browser).
Edit your Unity project
For more information on how to change the Editor version of your project, go to the Open your Unity project page.
To change the platform that your project supports or add modules to your project, select the Editor version of the project, then select Add platform and select the checkboxes for any platform build support downloads or available language packs. Select Install to add these to your project.