GeoNet Staff Picks of the Week
GIS Day Success
The GIS Day Live Chat on Friday, Nov. 9th, went very well with more than 5,000 views and 95 comments between the GIS Day Live Chat guests and GeoNet members posting their questions. We thank everyone who celebrated GIS Day worldwide and on GeoNet, and invite you to share your experiences and continue the celebration in the GIS Day group.
Joseph Kerski announces a series of GIS Workshops designed to help users learn how to use web GIS tools to solve problems and analyze spatial patterns, relationships, and trends. The workshops include Story Maps, 5 Forces, Power of ArcGIS Online, Survey123, and Careers in GIS. Read more >>
Tagging Content in GeoNet
Adding tags to content in GeoNet does not work the same as it does on Twitter or Facebook, however, it does help visitors find what they need by creating a keyword search parameter within GeoNet for the content you post. The most popular tags in GeoNet include:
- GIS developers
- Web developers
- Managing data
Featured Place of the Week
The Survey123 group on GeoNet offers a place to ask questions, get answers, stay up-to-date with the latest information about Survey123, and find useful resources related to Survey123. Also featured on Survey123 is a Getting Started video, blogs posted by Esri staff, and other featured Survey123 content.
Follow Survey123 for the latest updates >>
Featured Discussion of the Week
Laura Bowden shares how a recent webinar, hosted by Derek Law on the basics for the latest Operations Dashboard App, changed her perspective on how dashboards can be used in the world of teaching and learning. Did you catch the webinar? Share your thoughts and tell us how you are using Operations Dashboards in education.
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