Looking for MANAGE button in Azure SQL Databases

I am being tasked at a new job with managing some SQL Server databases hosted in Microsoft Azure, however it appears that some changes have been made to Azure Web Interface and there is no longer a MANAGE button option shown for a specific database, can anyone explain what happened to this option, and how to bring it back in the Azure Web Interface?

Basically this option let me view the data in the columns of the database tables, that is what I am trying to do.

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    The “manage” button you are referring to was removed for the latest generation of servers (v12) for Azure SQL Database. Using SSMS or Visual Studio is the recommended way to manage your servers going forward. However, if you really want the old web management portal you will need to create your SQL Database on a v11 server. You can do this in the portal in the new server blade by setting Create V12 server to “No”.

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    MS SQL Server is a Microsoft SQL Database product, include sql server standard, sql server management studio, sql server express and so on.