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ArcGIS Online will be updated the evening of December 5th PST. There is a lot of useful functionality packed into this update, including some user interface updates, licensing changes and changes to administrative workflows. This article will describe the upcoming changes to the look and feel of ArcGIS Online while thisrelated blogreviews concepts about the next evolution of licensing, User Types. We understand that changes to workflows and the look and feel of software that you use daily can be disruptive. For this reason, we want to provide you with a quick preview of the updates, so you are prepared and excited for the morning of December 6th.
Check out the details in this ArcGIS Blog and comment below:
Prior to the December 2018 update of ArcGIS Online, capabilities and identity were determined by user levels (Level 1 and Level 2), allowing ArcGIS Online members to view content or have access to all capabilities within ArcGIS Online. Our user community had asked for a wider variety ofcapabilitiesand apps. To meet these requirements, ArcGIS is evolving levels to user types. User types are a combination of identity, capabilities and apps that align with the needs of typical members in an organization.