GeoNet Weekly News & Tips: ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .Net announcements, using @mentions on GeoNet, and more.

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GeoNet Staff Picks of the Week  

What's Coming: Introducing User Types - ArcGIS Online 

Kelly Gerrow announces a link to the ArcGIS Blog about an upcoming update to ArcGIS Online on December 4th. The ArcGIS blog introduces what’s new and what will stay the same for licensing with user types. 

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Toolkit for ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET now available! - ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET  

Michael Branscomb announces the release of the Toolkit for ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .Net v100.4 containing controls and utilities that can be used out-of-the-box. He also shares a list of features in the toolkit, how to get started, a roadmap and how to report issues. 

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@MentionsHow-to Tip of the Week 

Using @Mention in GeoNet

Using the @Mention functionality in GeoNet content allows you to link to a person, place in GeoNet or other content within the community. It is a useful feature when collaborating on a document, giving a “Shout Out” to recognize another community member, or looping others into a discussion or question. It also helps when using @mentions of other places, creating instant internal links between places guiding members to other relevant places in GeoNet. 

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Featured Place of the Week 

Classic Esri Story Maps

Get the latest updates about Story Maps from Esri staff in the Classic Esri Story Maps space on GeoNet. Read recent blogs, ask questions about using story maps, and share your story maps for others to see.


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