Clicking the "Import File" icon at the top of the bucket shelf will bring up a select file dialog box followed by the Import File settings. Once you click the "Add" button, the new data bucket associated with that imported file will appear at the top of your bucket shelf.
At the top of your bucket shelf, click the +cloud icon to create a new streaming bucket.
Name the new bucket (e.g. Trigger Test). You can optionally configure the bucket_key and access_key used by clicking on the "Configure Endpoint Keys" checkbox.
Click the "Create" button at the bottom and the new bucket should be listed at the top of your shelf.
Sending data to a streaming bucket requires that bucket's bucket_key and the private access_key associated with your account and that streaming bucket.
*Note: You can also create a new data bucket directly via the Events API. See the Events API documentation at https://initialstateeventsapi.docs.apiary.io/#reference/event-buckets/buckets-json.
*Another Note: SDKs such as the Python Streamer and the NodeJS Streamer contain methods that can easily create data buckets in a single line of code.
Tektronix Scopes (Direct Connect)
For Tektronix scopes that support Initial State Direct Connect, saving data to your account connected folder on your scope will automatically send that capture to your Initial State account. A data bucket associated with that capture will automatically appear in your bucket shelf.