Click on Services at the top and find S3 under Storage.
On your S3 Buckets screen, you’ll need to make a note of the Bucket Name and its Region.
Click on your account drop down in the upper right and go to My Security Credentials.
On your Security Credentials screen, look for the Create access key button and click on it to setup an access key to use in Blocks Edit.
Copy both the Access Key ID and the Secret Access Key and paste them into your Blocks Edit integration setup.
If you already have access keys created, you can use one of them instead. You'll need to make sure you have the Secret Access Key as well as it may not be shown here.
Finishing up in Blocks Edit
In Blocks Edit, next to your organization at the top, click the integrations icon (). Note: You’ll see the integration option only if you are an admin or owner on the account.
Click the Add button next to AWS S3.
Enter your bucket name in the Home Bucket field.
Select the Region of the bucket.
You can set a preferred Access-Control option, or leave it as is.
You also have the option of adding Meta Data for your images.
Template access settings
You will need to enable your integration for each template that you want to allow using as a source for images in the editor. You can do this in the dashboard by clicking on the preferences icon () on the right side of a template title.
When enabled, the option to set a base directory to access images from is available. For example, if you want to limit access to a certain project folder.
Note: you will need to be an admin or owner on the account to have access to these settings.