Category: ArcGIS Online
The Ocean Basemap team is thrilled to announce the latest release of the World Ocean Basemap! This new release reflects an exciting and major change to the structure of the basemap. The World Ocean Basemap now consists of two layers: the base layer with the hydrographic and terrestrial cartography and a separate reference layer that contains the reference information and labels, such as soundings, subsurface feature names, and administrative boundaries. This change will better serve the World Ocean Basemap community in their maps and applications. Continue reading
Your organization home is a reflection on your GIS organization, and the work that you do. First impressions count, and an attractive site (and of course one with great maps, apps, and information products) says a lot about who you … Continue reading
In a previous post we introduced several ways that you can use groups to provide access to your maps and apps, including embedding groups and making group gallery applications. But what happens if you have many items, or just want … Continue reading
We are excited to share ArcGIS Open Data to the public. Starting today any ArcGIS Online organization can enable open data, specify open data groups and create and publicize their open data through a simple, hosted and best practices web … Continue reading
On Friday April 18th, we updated the Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS app that is hosted within ArcGIS Online. We are busy working on updating the Portal for ArcGIS configuration utility as well so please look for this update inside of the Customer Care site later this week.
In our continued commitment to providing the best available data, the ArcGIS Content Team has updated the World Topographic Map and Esri’s Living Atlas with user contributed content for the United Kingdom; Vienna, Austria; and numerous cities, counties and university campuses … Continue reading
Please join us on April 24th from 11:00 – 12:00 Pacific time for our next Esri Community Maps webinar. This edition will feature two prominent members of our ArcGIS Online Content team sharing information that is sure to be of interest. … Continue reading