Yesterday, ArcGIS Pro 3.2 was released. This release was an absolute blockbuster for ideas. In total, the Pro product team implemented nearly 120 user ideas in ArcGIS Pro 3.2! Collectively, these ideas had over 1,500 kudos, making these implemented ideas some of our most popular of all time in Esri Community.
To celebrate the implementation of these ideas, I have created an overview video highlighting about 70 of the ideas implemented in this release of ArcGIS Pro. While not all ideas made it into the video, all ideas implemented in this release are included in the below text, with hyperlinks to the original idea. Any idea with a video demo will also have a timestamp that hyperlinks to the demo in the compilation video.
Without further ado, here are your ideas in ArcGIS Pro 3.2!
Thank you all for sharing your ideas about how to make ArcGIS Pro better for you, your work, and the work of other users. I would like to extend a special thank you to the following community members who had ideas implemented this release:
On February 23, 2023, we released ArcGIS Pro 3.1. As we do with every release of ArcGIS Pro, we worked to incorporate your ideas into the product, based on your feedback though ArcGIS Ideas and the kudos given to these ideas. This is my first release taking over Ideas wrap-up from Kory, so thank you for your patience as I created this!
ArcGIS Pro 3.1 includes more than 60 ideas submitted through ArcGIS Ideas. Take a look at the video to see quick demos of your ideas in action. Not all implemented ideas were included in the video, but those that are list the bookmarked time below, so you can hop right to the demo you're most interested in seeing. You can also view these bookmarks in the video directly; just click the burger menu in the top left corner of the video to expose all bookmarks. You can also search for ideas of interest right here as well!
Without further ado, here are your ideas in ArcGIS Pro 3.1!
With the ArcGIS Online update on December 8, the team incorporated a number of ArcGIS Ideas. Check out the list below for the details.
The updates to Map Viewer incorporated a lot of customer ideas - from new functionality such as Arcade expressions for cluster pop-ups and dynamic GeoJSON layers to features such as HTML in pop-ups and zoom to selected features that bring Map Viewer even closer to parity with Map Viewer Classic. Below is the full list of Map Viewer ideas at this update.
Adding GeoJSON layers from a URL to Map Viewer
You can now add GeoJSON layers from a URL to Map Viewer. This means that any updates made to the GeoJSON layer will appear in the web map. This has been a highly requested feature and has a couple of associated ideas.
Lastly, you can now utilize Arcade expressions in cluster pop-ups. The below image showcases the new global, $aggregatedFeatures, used to access the features in the cluster, and the function Expects, which enables requesting only fields that are needed in the expression.
At the December '21 update there is improved credit estimation, warning, and prevention (if amount of credits consumed will exceed budget) for geocoding jobs when publishing hosted feature layers from within ArcGIS Online. Creating hosted feature layers in ArcGIS Online has also been improved to reflect the most common types of layers created, allow for more flexibility for sublayers, and provide a prompt to finish setting up the layer's schema.
The ArcGIS Pro 2.8 release focuses on performance and productivity improvements in addition to new capabilities. Learn about which user ideas you can look forward to when you upgrade to ArcGIS Pro 2.8.