Hosted Feature Layer with Date fields is not allowing time enablement

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02-13-2023 08:52 AM
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MikeEtter
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I have a hosted feature layer that I created with Survey123 Connect. It has 3 Date fields. I have done some of my data collection and went to begin configuring my Experience Builder app today. I noticed it wouldn't allow me to add my data as a source in the time slider widget. When I checked the Web Map, it won't let me enable time on the layer. 

What is blocking the time enablement? Is it not enough data (only ~5 records collected so far)?

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DavidPike
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Have you enabled time at the Hosted Feature layer settings level?
https://doc.arcgis.com/en/arcgis-online/create-maps/configure-time-mv.htm

  1. n the My Content tab of the content page, open the item page for a hosted feature layer with temporal data.
  2. On the Overview tab, scroll to the Layers section and click the name of the layer to open its details page.
  3. On the layer's Overview tab, click Edit 
     

     

     under Time Settings.

    The Time Settings window appears.

  4. Check the Enable time check box.
  5. Choose specific events in time or time ranges with a start and end time to record the time data.
  6. Choose the time field or fields in the data.
  7. Click OK.

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DavidPike
MVP Frequent Contributor

Have you enabled time at the Hosted Feature layer settings level?
https://doc.arcgis.com/en/arcgis-online/create-maps/configure-time-mv.htm

  1. n the My Content tab of the content page, open the item page for a hosted feature layer with temporal data.
  2. On the Overview tab, scroll to the Layers section and click the name of the layer to open its details page.
  3. On the layer's Overview tab, click Edit 
     

     

     under Time Settings.

    The Time Settings window appears.

  4. Check the Enable time check box.
  5. Choose specific events in time or time ranges with a start and end time to record the time data.
  6. Choose the time field or fields in the data.
  7. Click OK.
MikeEtter
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That's the ticket! Thank you!