• Understanding Barcode Questions in Survey123 for ArcGIS

    A barcode is an optical machine-readable representation of data. A lot of things around us have barcodes. You will find them in virtually any packaged item you buy, in the back cover of books and most likely somewhere...
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  • Survey123 Tricks of the Trade: Photo Watermarks

    There is truth in the saying a picture is worth a thousand words, but sometimes I wonder if that is enough, no pun intended, to give you the whole picture. Lets burn into that image the date and time when the photo wa...
    last modified by ichivite-esristaff
  • Understanding User Types: A Survey123 for ArcGIS Guide

    [Last updated March 4, 2019]   On November 6, 2018, Esri introduced the concept of User Types in ArcGIS. User Types will be available with the upcoming ArcGIS Online December 2018 update.   ArcGIS User...
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  • Survey123 Tricks of the Trade: Integromat

    In this blog post I will explore a few techniques to take your use of Survey123 within Integromat to the next level.  I am going to assume that you already know the basics of working with Survey123 and Integromat...
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  • Working with your Survey123 Photos

    Survey123 for ArcGIS lets capture photos anywhere in your survey.  These photos can then be accessed via several online and desktop tools. Viewing your Photos In ArcGIS terms, photos are attachments stored in the...
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  • Some recent updates to My Esri

    Here is an overview of some of the updates we’ve made to My Esri in an effort to make things easier to use and find on the site.   Updates to the Additional Licensing Forms page We’ve updated the Ad...
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  • Announcing ArcGIS Runtime Local Server SDK 100.6

    Last month when we announced the release of ArcGIS Runtime 100.6 we reported that the Local Server SDK was still being finalized... today ArcGIS Runtime Local Server SDK 100.6 is available for download from ...
  • Threading and the iOS Runtime SDK

    The Runtime SDK does a lot of work behind the scenes to make it as simple as possible for you to write great, interactive mapping apps with fast, smooth user interfaces.   Getting out of the way Key to tha...
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  • Automating workflows with Survey123 and Microsoft Flow

    [Last update: August 1, 2018]   Starting with our July 2018 update, Survey123 supports working with Microsoft Flow. Microsoft Flow is a cloud-service that lets you easily build workflows to automate repetitive t...
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  • Understanding Survey123 Feature Reports

    Survey123 includes out of the box functionality to help you generate high quality documents out of submitted surveys. This is extremely useful when you need to present your survey123 data following strict formatting g...
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  • Jupyter-Notebook

    Guten Abend, Welche Stelle in einer Gemarkung, hier Tübingen, wird mit im Jupyter-Notebook ausgegegeben:   import arcgis from arcgis.gis import GIS gis = GIS() map = gis.map('Tübingen') map.zoom = 30 ...
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  • ArcGIS online security update affects CityEngine 2017.1 and earlier

      Since the beginning of 2019 https://www.arcgis.com rejects connections using TLS 1.0 for security reasons. CityEngine 2017.1 and earlier are unable to support the now required TLS 1.2 ...
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  • Navigator supports enhanced security – and it’s configurable with your MDM!

    When it comes to securing access to your device and data, you can never have too much of a good thing!  That’s why, with Navigator 18.1.0 Beta 1 for iOS, we have a new setting that enables local authenticat...
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  • Distributive Flow Maps – More Raster, More Faster

      NOTE March, 2019:  An even newer and easier to use version of the this tool is now available for ArcGIS Pro and an updated blog post about using the tool has also been posted.   NOTE:  The Dis...
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  • New and Improved lessons on Learn ArcGIS

    Check out the new lesson Estimate Solar Power Potential, written by Delphine Khanna, and learn how to use elevation raster data in ArcGIS Pro to determine how much solar radiation each rooftop in a neighborhood r...
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  • GIS Manager/Leadership Resources

    A common request I get from people in the GIS industry that are current, or future, managers/leaders is: where can I go to find some resources to help me with the business/culture/people/management side of GIS? I have...
  • How to Implement OAuth 2.0 for ArcGIS

    Originally posted by Courtney Kirkham, September 18, 2019 from the MapThis! Blog While OAuth 2.0 is Esri’s recommended methodology for handling security and authentication for their ArcGIS pl...
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  • What’s New in AppStudio Player for ArcGIS 4.0

    The AppStudio for ArcGIS 4.0 release recently rolled out with many exciting new features and enhancements. In this blog, let’s look at the new features and improvements added to the  AppStudio Player for Ar...
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  • It's time to update your ArcGIS License Manager!

    The Arcgis License Manager 2019.0 is available.   This update addresses several vulnerabilities in Flexera FlexNet Publisher that are exploitable prior to FlexNet Publisher 11.16.2.   The ArcGIS Li...
  • How to work with Bootstrap 4 Cards

    Bootstrap 4 is the latest version of Bootstrap at the time of writing. This version makes Bootstrap more powerful and easy to customize and use. One of amazing feature of Bootstrap 4 is Cards   Cards are a new ...
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