I am working on my final project for school and needed to open a layer in Arc Pro in order to add time data to it. I wasn't able to activate it online as I created the layer froma .csv and it didn't have time tied to it automatically (there was a time field though). I have succcessfully completed this (via Pro), but ultimately need my layer in Arc online so i can use it in a Dashboard, Web App Builder or StoryMap. However, the "share as web layer" option is greyed out, and I cannot figure out a work around or the reason as to why it is inactive.
Is there a way to troubleshoot this or a work around so I can use the time widget online?
I am coming up very close to my deadline and am out of ideas and don't even have an idea for a new project if I were to restart. Please help!
In what way would I need to modify the CSV?
I read the link but it sounds like what I did initially, but to get the time enabled I was only finding information on how to do it through Pro.
Completely unrelated question, how would one tie a color ramp to proportional symbols rather than having them all the same color? in AGO or Pro (e.g. in my layer, I want the highest magnitude earthquakes to be red and large, while the lesser magnitudes would decresse in color and size)
Are you connected to an organizational account of ArcGIS Online, and set as active portal in ArcGIS Pro?
Do you have a consistent internet connection?
A couple of other things you could test
1. Close all ArcGIS Applications. Reboot your system. Open ArcGIS Pro, and Try sharing the layer.
2. Open a new ArcGIS Pro project > Add the layer to the new project. Try sharing it.
Could you share screenshot of the layer, in case the issue still persists?
The problem is persisting. Yes I am logged into my school's organizational account. I tried sharing a different layer and it worked no problem, but this layer is still greyed out when I try to share as web layer. What aspect of the layer would be most helpful to screenshot?
About to check out the link the other user posted.