Groups help bring together content—such as maps and apps—with the people who need to view and collaborate on them. Likely, you’ve already created your own groups and are a member of many others. In this post, we’re excited to show … Continue reading
Sharing content privately between organizations is a powerful feature of the ArcGIS platform. You can share any item, including data, layers, maps, scenes, and apps, with specific members from a different organization without having to share the content to the … Continue reading
Groups are a great way to share and organize your web GIS content, and the July 2015 update to ArcGIS Online just gave groups an exciting and useful new capability: you can now use groups to give members permission to update your items. This … 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
With the release of the March 2014 ArcGIS Online update, a new group of templates has been added. The Early Adopter Templates group contains new beta templates to show off your maps. Each of the templates in this group can be … Continue reading
(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.
Groups are an effective way to organize your maps and apps and collaborate with others. With the June 2012 release of ArcGIS Online group capabilities have been enhanced to enable you to embed group items or share them via a configurable gallery application. We’ll take a closer look at these new capabilities, and how you can use them to easily share your maps and apps in new and different ways.
You can create a dynamic gallery for displaying your ArcGIS Online maps using the Public Maps Gallery Template recently shared on ArcGIS Online. The gallery template has been featured during the Extend the Reach of Your GIS seminar series and is a quick and easy way to create website galleries that feature your maps, apps, and mobile apps.
The template works against any public group, and automatically populates the gallery using items in the group. Even better, any changes, deletions, or additions you make to the group are automatically reflected in your gallery. Shown below is a published gallery from the City of Salem Oregon: