How to Create New Folders In Amazon S3 Bucket. Working with Folders on Amazon S3.
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Creating new Folders in Amazon S3 Bucket

The most effective way to organize your files inside the Bucket is to create a folder structure that fits how you use your Amazon S3 Bucket.

To create new folder:

1. Start S3 Browser and select the bucket you want to work with

2. Click Files -> Create New Folder

Files, Create New Folder menu

Click Files, Create New Folder

3. Type the name for your new folder, and click Create new folder

create new folder dialog

Type the name for your new folder, and click OK

Repeat steps 2 and 3 if you would like to create additional folders.

new folders created

New folders created

You can create sub-folders within folders for multiple levels of organization.

After you have created your folder structure, you can upload files into your new folders.

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