Initially by providing
Access and Secret key
, you can also provide an identity name. Your credentials are saved to the system with the identity name you provided. Now when you start your application later, rather than keying in that complex access and secret key, you can simply click on Quick connect button. It will open a list which contains the identity name you provided earlier. By selecting the identity name, your corresponding credentials are filled in due spaces of Access key, Secret key and Name textbox and the application will start to establish connection with S3 server.
As an example, if you have two Amazon.com accounts with two different sets of Access Key and Secret Key pair, you can choose to save both of them when you access those accounts for the first time. In the example, we can use two email addresses, say
to explain that -
IT WILL BE EASY TO REMEMBER THE ACCOUNT BY EMAIL ADDRESS INSTEAD OF REMEMBERING IT BY THAT LONG AWS KEY.