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Improve checklist for S3 setup instructions

Eliminate outdated steps and try to improve clarity for S3 setup.
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jordanallain
jordanallain committed Oct 26, 2017
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@@ -92,13 +92,12 @@ S3 stores files you upload in `buckets`. A bucket is a top-level namespace
In the [S3](https://console.aws.amazon.com/s3) tab:

1. Click `Create Bucket`.
This opens the `Create a Bucket - Select a Bucket Name and Region` modal.
1. Enter a name in the `Bucket Name` box. It must be unique among all S3
buckets and in all lowercase characters.
This opens the `Create bucket` modal.
1. Enter a name in the `Bucket Name` box. It must be unique among all S3 buckets and in all lowercase characters.
1. Select `US East (N. Virginia)` for the `Region`.
1. Click `Create`.
1. Highlight your bucket and select the `Permissions` tab.
1. Click `Bucket policy` near the bottom of the `Permissions` tab.
1. Click your new bucket and select the `Permissions` tab.
1. Click `Bucket Policy`.
1. At the bottom of the `Bucket Policy Editor` page,
click `Policy Generator`. This opens the AWS Policy Generator page.
1. On the AWS Policy Generator page
@@ -120,11 +119,12 @@ In the [S3](https://console.aws.amazon.com/s3) tab:

1. Click `Generate Policy`
1. Copy the JSON from the `Policy JSON Document` modal.
1. Close the modal.
1. Close the Policy Generator tab.

1. Return to the S3 tab.
1. Paste the bucket policy into the `Bucket Policy Editor` field.
1. Click `Save`.
1. Click `Save` in the `Permissions` dropdown.

You have now created and granted access to an S3 bucket.

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