ArcGIS Online User ID for Shift Workers

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08-10-2020 11:16 PM
JamieLambert
Occasional Contributor III

Hi All,

Is there flexibility in place for shift workers (think FIFO, 2 weeks on 2 weeks off, etc. type scenarios) with respect to ArcGIS Online User ID's? Providing ID's for all field workers when they only work 2 weeks out of every month is hard to swallow.

Disabling an ID still counts towards your total members. You could delete and re-add members. Both of these methods sound potentially painful.

Is there an Esri option or does anyone have any tips on managing this?

Thanks, Jamie.

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Stephanie_F
Esri Contributor

Hi Jamie Lambert‌,

Unfortunately ArcGIS Online only supports disabling a member currently, as opposed to being active or deleted, which does still hold the User Type. There is however an Enhancement request for this functionality ENH-

000131272: Provide option to disable member in ArcGIS Online that makes their license become available again without having to delete the member. 

Logging a support case to have your account tied to the enhancement is a good way to have it gain visibility and your use case. It may also be helpful to log your request and use case as a GeoNet idea.

Hope this helps!

-Stephanie

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Stephanie_F
Esri Contributor

Hi Jamie Lambert‌,

Unfortunately ArcGIS Online only supports disabling a member currently, as opposed to being active or deleted, which does still hold the User Type. There is however an Enhancement request for this functionality ENH-

000131272: Provide option to disable member in ArcGIS Online that makes their license become available again without having to delete the member. 

Logging a support case to have your account tied to the enhancement is a good way to have it gain visibility and your use case. It may also be helpful to log your request and use case as a GeoNet idea.

Hope this helps!

-Stephanie

JamieLambert
Occasional Contributor III

Hi Stephanie, thanks for the info!

Jamie.

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