Featured Community Content: Your Ideas in ArcGIS Online (October 2019 Update)
Peter Klingman wrote a blog highlighting several ideas submitted through ArcGIS Ideas from GeoNet Members that were implemented in the latest ArcGIS Online and Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS release this month. See how GeoNet Community members Burke Thompson, Tim Confare, Andrew Murphy, kanin s, Adam Breznicky, James Daniels, Derek Phyn, and series of Esri Staff and member exchanges shaped product innovation, experiences, and enhancements. Read: Your Ideas in ArcGIS Online (October 2019).
Featured Place of the Week: Water Utilities
professionals can post industry-specific questions, discussions, or other content in a general Water management, Wastewater, or Stormwater category to connect with other professionals. See upcoming events planned across the U.S., including the Esri Water Summit: October 29-30, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia, and several regional events scheduled through November 2019. Also, don’t miss the opportunity to have a Data Health Check at the Esri Gulf Coast UC.
Open Questions & Discussions
Fawaz Amjad is looking for advice on finding a GIS Internship or entry-level position in the Northern Virginia or DC Metro Area. What advice do you have?
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9 Product and Service Updates
A new ArcGIS Conservation Easement Monitoring Solution is available for State and Local - Environment and Natural Resources. Learn more about using this solution.
Community Tip: 5 Tips for Submitting or Commenting on An Idea
One of the popular features of The Esri Community is the ArcGIS Ideas place. ArcGIS Ideas is where you have an opportunity to suggest enhancements or innovations for Esri products. Here are some things to keep in mind when submitting an idea:
Be Detailed: Explain your workflow, process, and the products you’re using. If you can record or document the steps you’ve taken that led you to the idea and the outcome you’re seeking, it can help people understand your idea more clearly.
Give Context: Identify what industry you work in and what sparked this idea in your workflow or process to execute a task.
Add Impact: If your idea were to be implemented, how impactful would it be? Would you save money, time, or other resources by having your idea implemented? Add a little impact statement to your idea.
Apply A Category: Add a Category so that the right team sees your idea. An idea with no Category can get missed when teams review ideas, and an idea given too many categories becomes less focused and effective.
Comments are helpful additions to Ideas. If someone posted your idea already, be sure to comment with the same tips in mind after you vote on the idea. For more information on Submitting Ideas, see the “Using Ideas” section from our GeoNet Resource Hub.
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