Create a searchable website showing which updates are introduced with each version

12-21-2021 10:45 AM
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It would be wonderful if Esri had a simple website that shows with which version a new geoprocessing tool is added.  Right now each version has a "whats new" page, but it would be great to see these pulled together into a single source so that we can verify that a tool exists or doesn't depending upon the version that the user has.

For example, the Wikipedia page on ArcGIS shows each version's release date and includes a link to the "what's new" page, but it would be great to see all of this information pulled together into a single searchable table.



One way to see when a tool was added is to view the version dropdown:

PDF To TIFF was added in 2.9 - note that 2.8 and 2.7 are grayed out.


There are also history pages maintained for geoprocessing tools.  Following the example of the PDF To TIFF, we can look at the Conversion Toolbox History page and see that it is new in Pro 2.9.




Thank you Kory.  I never knew about that page.  This is exactly what I was hoping might exist out there.

Status changed to: Already Offered

Great @ThomasDilts I'll update this to Already Offered.


Thanks Kory.