GeoNet Weekly News & Tips: Crafting an Excellent ArcGIS Idea, Imagery and Remote Sensing, and 1 Product and Service Update

Blog Post created by lfountain-esristaff Employee on Apr 14, 2020

Featured Community Content: The Art of Crafting an Excellent Idea

The Art of Crafting an Excellent IdeaWhat does food and an ArcGIS Idea have in common? Read Kory Kramer’s latest blog to find out. Kory reflects on his time spent reviewing and managing ideas, and he has some notes on what makes a good ArcGIS Idea submission. Depending on how hungry you are for product innovation, you can enjoy a full meal of guidance or take your tips to-go. Read: The Art of Crafting an Excellent Idea



Learn how GeoNet MVPRebecca Strauch connected with hundreds of community members just by sharing her open notes in Community Closeup with Rebecca Strauch

Featured Place of the Week: Imagery and Remote Sensing

Imagery and Remote Sensing PlaceThe Imagery and Remote Sensing community has a new look. Check out the new layout and four new product category features for ArcGIS Image Server, ArcGIS Image Analyst, Drone2Map for ArcGIS, and Site Scan. Be sure to register for the webinars in the Upcoming Event’s section scheduled for this month. Go to: Imagery and Remote Sensing


DevSummit 2020 Videos have been released! Get your virtual guide to the DevSummit Conference from plenary to technical sessions. Start Watching >>

3 Open Questions & Discussions

Emtiaj Hoque needs help with Python code to check for empty values in fields of multiple shapefiles. Can you help?

Scott Jones is trying to georeference a landscape photo from a ski area but is having issues with distortion. Have you worked with this before?

Mark Johnson wants to know how to format data to visualize 3D temporal data in Portal Scene Viewer


1 Product and Service Update

ArcGIS Dashboards Beta is now available in ArcGIS Online



Take a few minutes to help a GeoNet member solve a problem today. See if you can answer these unanswered questions in the community.



Find the Top Trending content you are following, unanswered questions, and blogs by selecting My News located in the GeoNet navigation bar. Got an idea or suggestion for future weekly updates? Comment below or contact us at geonet@esri.com.


Follow @EsriGeoNet on Twitter.