The new ArcGIS StoryMaps was released on July 3, 2019, and Esri's StoryMaps team would like to invite you to try it out and forge ahead with us into the future of storytelling. This exciting new chapter in the long history of Esri's storytelling tools has been made possible by the feedback and support from you, Esri's storymapping community. We look forward to your continued support, suggestions, and feedback as you try out the new ArcGIS StoryMaps.
We want you to know right off the top that the classic Esri Story Maps templates that you know and love—Cascade, Journal, Series, Tour, Shortlist, and Swipe—are not going anywhere. You can visit the new home for the classic story maps website and continue to author and create stories with these classic templates. To your right, we have all the links to get to My Stories as well as the Gallery, Resources, and Apps pages, that you're familiar with.
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