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GeoNet Weekly News & Tips: Product Trading Cards, Creating Bookmarks, Living Atlas, GIS Governance Model discussion

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GeoNet Staff Picks of the Week

Product trading cardsArcGIS Apps - Product Trading Cards

Wanting to learn more about the ArcGIS Platform? Are you an ArcGIS enthusiast wanting to learn more about the ArcGIS Apps? Derek Law shares a link for the ArcGIS Apps Collectible product trading cards.

 

Learn how you can get your product trading cards  >>

 

How-to Tip of the Week

Creating Bookmarks in GeoNet 

You can bookmark within the GeoNet Community when you see content that you know you want to revisit later. Bookmarking adds a link to that content in your list of bookmarks. It’s easy to find the content again by going to your bookmarks page or clicking on the bookmarks in the Spotlight Search.

 

Learn more about Creating Bookmarks in GeoNet >>

Spotlight Search Bookmarks

 

 

Living AtlasFeatured Place of the Week

ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World

Follow the ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World for updates and blogs about the ArcGIS Living Atlas, new features, developments, and find answers for your questions from our Living Atlas experts.

 

Visit ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World >>

 

Featured Discussion of the Week

GIS governance model

GeoNet member, K B, shares thoughts about the GIS governance model in the Government space, “I'm curious as to the approach others are using and won't delve into the specifics of the pros and cons as I see them,” and would like to hear from other members how their organization is structured.

 

Share your thoughts >>

 


 

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