The ability to batch export an infographic image for all selected sites in BAO, similar to the way you can batch reports.
What a genius idea.
Thank you for posting this idea! Could you expand on your use case? What are your workflows that could be improved by this functionality? How are you currently handling infographics without the ability to batch export?
This additional context would help us understand how this is affecting your workflows today, and how you see this functionality changing things for you.
Currently, I select the sites I am interested in running an infographic for (usually about 15 sites), then select the infographic I want, and finally click "Run Now" next to each site individually. As each one is generated, I then export it as an image.
Having an option to batch generate as well as batch export infographics to .jpg, .pdf, or .html would be a huge time saver!
Let me know if you have any questions.
What was the process you mentioned about batch reports. Currently trying to export multiple reports at once but only have the ability to download individually. If you could elaborate how to batch export reports or link to documentaiton you used that would be great.
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When I select multiple sites and then select a report I want to run, a "Run All" button appears in the bottom right (see above image). If an infographic is selected instead, there is no "Run All" button - just the "Run Now" links next to each selected site.
Hopefully this helps!
Thank you for the feedback. Quick question - do you use the exported Infographics output in StoryMaps or share those individual files with others in email etc?
ArcGIS Business Analyst Team
I am mostly exporting them to include in a powerpoint deck or an email.
For Batch Exporting reports (not infographics), you can use the Run All button with Create All in One PDF check box to merge them in one file. Here is the documentation on this: http://doc.arcgis.com/en/business-analyst/web/run-reports.htm#ESRI_SECTION1_B0FFD08AA95F4448956015F15C2BEABC.
Hope this helps.
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