Category Archives: Support.Esri.com
Here at Esri Support, our goal is to provide you with a world-class support experience and ensure your success with the ArcGIS Platform–one element of this experience is online support.
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Esri Support Services will be at the 2016 Esri International User Conference in San Diego (June 27 – July 1), where we will offer the GIS Technical Support help desk area to answer any of your questions. Specialists in all areas of Esri software will be available to assist you.
Users attending the conference can visit our reception desk and set up a meeting with a support analyst (for a specific technology area) to discuss their problems, issues, and questions. Appointments are not required, so feel free to stop by in between sessions or during lunch, but don’t forget to register for the User Conference to gain access to the GIS Technical Support Island, technical sessions, user stories, and demos of the latest Esri products.
Toward the back of Hall A in the Customer Care pavilion; if you’re facing away from the street, we’re on the eastern-most side of the building!
Hours of Operation:
- Tuesday, June 28th, 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
- Wednesday, June 29th, 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
- Thursday, June 30th, 9:00 AM – 1:30 PM
We look forward to seeing you there!
Gregory L. – Online Support Resources
ASP, the Association of Support Professionals, is commonly recognized as the most reputable and non-biased technical support website evaluation and ranking organization in the industry. In preparation for the redesign of our own support website, Esri’s Online Support Resources team has been working … Continue reading
The new Support website provides a variety of tools and resources to help you find answers to your questions and solutions for your technical issues. If you are just looking for general help information, the site includes multiple channels to guide you to important reference materials. If you are looking for more specific information related to a certain product and version, the Support’s new product pages are designed to only show you the content that is relevant for your ArcGIS deployment.
Find Information for Your Product
On the Support home page, the “blue blocks” represent the six product areas that Esri serves, and you can click any of the links in those blocks if you see your product. These same six categories are also accessible from anywhere on the website from the Products drop-down menu in the navigation bar.
- Desktop – ArcGIS for Desktop (ArcCatalog, ArcMap, ArcGIS Pro, etc.), industry focused extensions, and data and workflow extensions.
- Server – ArcGIS for Server, Portal for ArcGIS, server extensions, and more
- Online – ArcGIS Online
- Developers – ArcGIS Engine, Runtime SDKs, Web APIs, and more
- Apps – “ArcGIS/Esri Maps for X” series, ArcPad, Explorer for ArcGIS, Collector for ArcGIS, other mobile / web apps, etc.
- More Products - Business Analyst, Esri CityEngine, ArcGIS for Local/State Government, legacy products, and everything else Continue reading
Functionality-wise, the app displays a 3D map with four widgets: Search, Zoom, Compass, and Attribution. By default, the View includes the latter three widgets, as described in the documentation. If you’re not familiar with the 4.x changes, all mapping apps contain a map and a view. The map holds the data, and the view contains the visualization information for that data. In other words, the map is the subject, and the view is the camera; complete with filters, modes, and settings. All 2D apps will have MapViews, and 3D apps will have SceneViews (note: the term ‘scene’ indicates three dimensions across ArcGIS). The same applies for maps from ArcGIS Online and Portal for ArcGIS: a WebMap is 2D, and a WebScene is 3D.
Esri Support is pleased to introduce the new Esri Support website. The new support.esri.com has been designed with a focus on providing an improved online support experience for all users. In addition to the new product-centered navigation, there are a number of new features to help you find answers to your questions and solutions to your technical issues on the ArcGIS platform.
With the launch of the new Esri Support website, you may temporarily experience a less robust search compared to that of the previous Support site. This is expected and the search experience is expected to improve significantly over the next few days.
To create a search that brings you the content you’re looking for, our new site requires time to make connections among various indexes, collections, and feeds. This process will take a few days, but in the interim, please use the site navigation to find content through the product pages or by using your preferred search engine.
Thanks for your continued support, and we’ll keep you updated as we progress!
Megan S. – Online Support Resources
It’s here! We have released the beta version of the upcoming Support website redesign. This is an exciting change that enhances the current capabilities of the web site, improves the organization of Support content, and modernizes the way in which you interact with … Continue reading
Hello everyone – we are happy to announce that a new Esri Support website (support.esri.com) will be launching soon! As a resource for self-service and assisted support, the Support website plays an important role in our customers’ online support experience. Our Support website currently … Continue reading