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I can upload files to my S3 bucket, but I can't figure out how to create new folders/directories inside of my S3 bucket so I can better organize items in my bucket.
Currently, there is no "create new folder" button in the Dashboard's S3 Browser (Clouds -> AWS Global -> S3 Browser). However, there are a couple different ways to accomplish this task.
The only way to create a new folder/directory within an S3 bucket is to move a dummy file to a directory that doesn't exist. When you move the file, the directory that you specified that didn't exist will be created.
If you create a new folder within an S3 bucket, you will need to add at least one file into the folder in order for the Dashboard to see it as a valid directory. If an empty folder is created, the Dashboard will display an odd reference file (Ex: NewFolderContent_$folder$) until you add a file. Once you add a file into the new folder, the Dashboard will display it as a browseable directory. Later you can delete the odd reference files.
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