Featured Community Content: Using Survey123 to perform a UAS Flight Checklist and Track UAS Projects
Josh Shelton, a GIS Manager from Pend Oreille County, Washington, shared a blog on how he used Survey123 for ArcGIS to perform an unmanned aerial aircraft (UAS) checklist and track UAS projects with County Surveyor Eric Roth. The blog includes lessons learned, the details of the survey design, and how they were able to validate benefits from using survey123 to save time and achieve their goals.
Do you have a story? Share your story about using products that helped your workflow or added value to your projects to inspire other users. See this week’s community tip below.
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Featured Place of the Week: ArcGIS QuickCapture
ArcGIS QuickCapture has new content for you to check out from how to utilize ArcGISQuickCapture to create assignments in Workforce to understanding user inputs and exclusivity groups. Check out what’s new in the recently released 1.2 version. If you have plans for Halloween activities in your neighborhood this week, take a look at Ismael Chivite's blog on a fun Halloween 2019 trial project.
Open Questions & Discussions
Hans Frederiksen is asking if there is a Workaround for Cloning Content with >1,000 Records from AGOL to Portal Using the"Clone_Items" API Module?
Shay Lavi wants to know: What's your preferred approach to debugging an app/widget?
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4 Product and Service Updates:
The deadline to enter the ArcGIS StoryMaps StoryMapper of the Year Contest extended to December 15th, 2019.
Community Tip: How To Share Your Story in GeoNet
Share a story of an experience that saved you time or made an impact in the Esri Community to inspire and inform other members. Craft your story outline by 1) Identifying the problem you were trying to solve, 2) what resources and products you used, and 3) explaining the impact of implementing your approach. Take a look at a few resources from the GeoNet Resource Hub to help you publish your story from the “Creating Content” section, including Best Practices for Writing Content and How to Create a Blog.
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