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Opening an Environment in AWS Cloud9

This procedure describes how to open an environment in AWS Cloud9.

Note

This procedure assumes you have already created an AWS Cloud9 development environment. To create an environment, see Creating an Environment.

  1. Open the AWS Cloud9 console, if it isn't already open, at https://console.aws.amazon.com/cloud9/.

  2. In the top navigation bar, choose the AWS Region where the environment is located.

    
               AWS Region selector in the AWS Cloud9 console
  3. In the list of environments, for the environment you want to open, do one of the following:

    • Inside of the card, choose the Open IDE link.

      
                     Choosing an environment using the Open IDE link
    • Select the card, and then choose the Open IDE button.

      
                     Choosing an environment using the Open IDE button

If your environment is not displayed in the console, try doing one or more of the following actions to try to display it:

  • In the side navigation bar, choose one or more of the following:

    • Choose Your environments to display all environments that your AWS entity owns within the selected AWS Region and AWS account.

    • Choose Shared with you to display all environments your AWS entity has been invited to within the selected AWS Region and AWS account.

    • Choose Account environments to display all environments within the selected AWS Region and AWS account that your AWS entity has permissions to display.

    
               Environment list scope in the AWS Cloud9 console
  • Choose the previous arrow, next arrow, or page number button to display more environments in the current scope.

    
               Environment list page control in the AWS Cloud9 console
  • If you think you should be a member of an environment, but the environment is not displayed in the Shared with you list, check with the environment owner.

  • In the top navigation bar, choose a different AWS Region.

    
               AWS Region selector in the AWS Cloud9 console