GeoNet Weekly News & Tips: 2020 GeoNet Contest Winners, ArcGIS Maps for Office as Place of the Week, and 1 Product and Service Update

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Featured Community Content: GeoNet 2020 Contest Winners!

GeoNet LogoEvery day in GeoNet, Esri users help each other with guidance on the use of software and collaborate on solving GIS problems. As a part of our community program, we host an annual contest that recognizes the engagement and helpful actions taken by GeoNet members in the community. See who our contest winners are for this year, along with an additional acknowledgment of helpful staff and distributors that support the Esri Community in this blog from Community Manager Michelle Mathias. Read: GeoNet 2020 Contest Winners! 



Also: See the list of  2020 Esri Staff & Distributors Top Contributors in the GeoNet Community. 

Featured Place of the Week:  ArcGIS Maps for Office

ArcGIS Maps for OfficeIf you have been working with ArcGIS in your Microsoft Office suite, share your experience or ask a question in the community. See the latest answered questions, quick links to the download setup files, and more. Go to: ArcGIS Maps for Office



3 Open Questions & Discussions

Clay Anderson is looking for help with measuring the area of parking lots or shapes with CityEngine. Do you have a recommendation on the best way to do this?

Joseph Rhodes wants to know if there is a best practice for publishing a maximum number of layers in a feature service before splitting them into individual services in ArcGIS Online. What would you say based on your experience?

Bob Noyes is looking for recommendations on a printing rest service API for an ArcGIS Online mapping app. What would you recommend?


1 Product and Service Updates

ArcGIS Earth version 1.2 is available with new features and enhancements.


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