Copy files from a Dropbox folder to an Amazon S3 bucket

Need an easy way to create files on Amazon S3? Using this Zap, you can create files in a Dropbox folder and have them automatically copied to an Amazon S3 bucket.

How this works:

  1. Create a new file in a Dropbox folder.
  2. The file automatically gets copied to an S3 bucket. Pow!

What You Need

  • A Dropbox account with a folder you'll use for this purpose
  • An S3 bucket to store the files
  • An AWS Access Key ID and AWS Secret Access Key corresponding to an AWS account with the appropriate permissions to create/update an object in the S3 bucket

Got that? Then let's get started.

Copy files from a Dropbox folder to an Amazon S3 bucket
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