(Contributed by Owen Evans, Esri Solution Engineer and Studio Team Lead, Vienna, Virginia)
Groups are a feature of ArcGIS organizations that help you organize, share, and secure content items. Using groups effectively requires some understanding of the configuration settings that are available for groups as well as some forethought about the purpose of your groups.
The Map Tour is one of the more popular Esri story map templates. It’s been used for stories like The Weird and Wonderful Inland Empire, the Longmont Colorado Flood, Exploring Estuaries in Cornwall, England, and others. A map tour consists … Continue reading
Has the shutdown of the U.S. Government halted your access to the GIS data you rely on? Is that lack of access affecting your work? Good news, it does not have to. ArcGIS Online has been serving much of that … Continue reading
There are plenty of resources to help you understand and be successful with ArcGIS Online, including free web courses and training seminars, technical workshops, tutorial videos, and more. Here’s the latest compilation of links to a selection of these resources … Continue reading
Some layers in your web map may be continually updating, for example a GeoRSS feed or a feature service being updated by workers performing edits while in the field. When the map or layers are redrawn, these data refresh. But … Continue reading
Map Tour is one of the most popular story maps. It has been used to author interesting tours such as The Weird & Wonderful IE, San Diego Transportation, Palm Springs Map Tour, and many others. Map tours can use photos … Continue reading
It’s time to refresh your browser - ArcGIS Online has been updated with the following new features and enhancements. This update includes changes and additions for authoring and configuring web maps, new and enhanced application templates, and enhancements to organization administration. … Continue reading