Configure AWS S3 as a cloud object store as described in the following sections:
Apps that use cloud object stores work without any difference in behavior. If your app is used to capture images, you will find that the images are saved to the AWS S3 bucket. The object names in AWS S3 are similar to file path names and use the same protocol. For clarity, they are always prefixed with the source name of the table that they belong to.
Configure AWS S3 as a cloud object store
Create an AWS bucket and give it a name, such as mytestbucket.
Add an IAM user, such as AppSheetS3User.
Record the API access key and access secret for the user.
Give your S3 bucket a permissions policy similar to the following (change the Id and Sid properties to unique values):
Add the cloud object store to your AppSheet account
After you have your AWS S3 bucket configured, you are ready to add it to your AppSheet account
Sign in to appsheet.com.
Go to the My Account page.
Click the Integrations tab.
Click Stores in the left navigation.
Perform one of the following steps:
To add an object store for use by your own account, click New Cloud Store under Object Stores, then click AWS-S3.
To add an object store for your team member accounts, click New Cloud Store under Team Object Stores, then click AWS-S3.
Note: You must be a Team Admin to create a team object store.
Complete the Add AWS-SE integration dialog to create the new object store.
Enter a name, such as S3Store. Choose the AWS Region, and provide the BucketName, such as mytestbucket, Access Key, and Access Secret.
This page shows that your account has one configured cloud object store.
Configure a table in an app to use the cloud object store
After you have added a cloud object store to your account, you can configure a table in an app to use it.
Go to a table definition in the app editor on the Data > Tables page.
In the properties, look for Cloud Object Store and enter the name of the object store that you set up for your account (such as, S3Store).
Save the change.