Sync file uploads to Amazon S3 with a form

Upload file submissions automatically to an Amazon S3 bucket with your Fillout form. Optionally set a dynamic file path to categorize submissions into nested buckets.

How it works

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Note: The Amazon S3 integration is available on the Enterprise plan. Learn more here.

1. Link your Fillout form to Amazon S3

Go to Integrations, and click S3. If you donโ€™t already have an access key to AWS, you can create one under Security Credentials. More details here.
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Note: This integration is only applicable to file uploads. When creating your form, make sure you have at least one file upload field.
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Choose which Bucket you would like to store the files in.
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2. Map your form fields on Fillout

Select the File upload field from your Fillout form. Click Pick reference to choose the page where you asked your respondent for the file.
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Once you find the question, click Insert. Then, click Finish setup followed by Publish, and you're all set!
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Important: Files will be uploaded to Amazon S3 only when the form is submitted.
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3. Publish and share

Once everything is set, click Finish setup on the upper right corner. That's it! Your form's good to go. Simply Publish and share the link.

Add a dynamic folder path

You can set a dynamic file path to categorize file uploads into folders, based on user input. Toggle the Dynamic file path? switch, then select a Folder path fragment.
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Enter a personalized filename prefix

You can also add a Filename prefix. Similar to the steps above, choose the page then Insert the value.
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