Category: ArcGIS Online
The next ArcGIS Online update is targeted for early March, 2014. New features in this update will include the following: Custom Roles The existing organizational roles of Administrator, Publisher, and User are being complemented by the addition of custom roles. … Continue reading
Location provides a common context through which we can compare different domains of data in order to understand complex relationships. Government agencies gather this data as part of their mission and daily operations – but no one cares as much … Continue reading
With recent updates and changes to the ArcGIS for Storytelling website, a new streamlined workflow was introduced for authoring Map Tour story maps. Previous workflows started by authoring a web map first, and then launching the map tour builder from … Continue reading
Quickly View Activity-Based Metrics and Real-Time Reports
Ever wonder how many web maps were created in your organization today, or how many services were registered and shared this week? Do you want to compare activity and use from this month with that from last month? Ever thought that it would be nice to see a quick snapshot of how many users are publishers, or how many users logged into the platform today? Do you know how many collaboration and sharing groups you have in your organization?
NOTE AS OF FEB. 21, 2014: The basemap system upgrade to ArcGIS 10.2 for Server occurred last night. See Basemap System Upgrade to ArcGIS 10.2 for Server Completed for the latest information on this update. The Esri ArcGIS Online Basemap … Continue reading
New links have been added to the prior blog post An Ocean of Story Maps. Some of these include web maps and downloads in addition to the “traditional” Esri-style story map. Please feel free to bookmark and return as I will try to keep updating the original blog post throughout the year! There is a lot of wonderful work out there!
As a story map author there’s lots of little things to consider which, when summed, can make a big difference in attracting an audience to your stories. After the initial visual impression, the title and subtitle are usually the first … Continue reading
The map tour, swipe, and several other story map templates feature the Esri logo and include links to Esri’s website and the Storytelling with Maps website by default.
A good practice, especially if you are authoring story maps that represent your organization, is to replace the Esri default logo and links with a logo and links of your own. Here’s how to make the changes for several popular story map templates.
NOTE AS OF FEB. 21, 2014: The basemap system upgrade to ArcGIS 10.2 for Server occurred last night. See Basemap System Upgrade to ArcGIS 10.2 for Server Completed for the latest information on this update. NOTE AS OF FEB. 5, … Continue reading