GeoNet Weekly News & Tips: App Inspiration features a GeoNet MVP Contribution, Utility Network, Sharing Content to Multiple Places, and 5 Product and Service Updates

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Allegheny App on Tablet and Mobile

Daniel Wickens offers some GIS inspiration from Allegheny County, Pennsylvania’s Park Trail application. See how Allegheny County used Collector for ArcGIS, ArcMap, ArcGIS Online, Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS, and several other ArcGIS products to help hikers navigate through local trails. The app also features a widget from GeoNet MVP Robert Scheitlin, GISPRead: Get Inspired by Allegheny County, PA's Park Trails App!

Place of the Week: Utility Network 

Utility Network ImageThe Utility Network place gathers professionals from Electric and Gas, Water Utilities, and Telecommunications around the ArcGIS Utility Network Management extension for ArcGIS Enterprise See how utility professionals are solving problems and making connections by following this product place



--  Related: Is Utility GIS just about making digital versions of paper maps? Discover the Truth at GeoConX 2019: October 27-30th in Atlanta, GA.

Open Questions & Discussions

Carlos Bell wants to know how to automate the update of Min and/or Max Values of Symbology Classes using Python or Arcade.
Scott Fraser is designing a brochure with personalized maps and wants to know how to automate map insertion for each piece. Have you done this before?
Do you have experience in other areas? See if you can answer these unanswered questions in the community.

5 Product & Service Updates

Take a look at these product and service updates announced in GeoNet:

Community Tip: Share Content to Multiple Places

  Post Content in one place, then share it with other places.  If you have a complex question or other content that is related to several industries and/or multiple products, you can post your content in one place where the core idea is related, and then share your post to the other related products or industry places to broaden views on your content. Learn More.

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