Identify overlapping layers in ArcGIS Pro?

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09-06-2017 06:52 AM
TheodoreF
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ArcGIS Pro 2.0.1

I have 2 features (both from a different layer) overlapping each other on my map. They are both turned on and visible.

However, when I use the hand/identify tool to click on a shape, the resulting pop-up only provides me info about the top feature. There is no option (like in the WebApp) to scroll through to view the attributes of the feature underneath.

I struggle to believe this basic feature isn't implemented somehow. Can someone guide me? Thanks

clicking on the green polygon, I can't view attribute information for the hatched red polygon underneath.

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JakeSkinner
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Hi Theodore,

Click the drop down under the Explore and you can select 'Visible Layers':

You will then see an option at the bottom to select the layer you want to identify in the pop-up:

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JakeSkinner
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Hi Theodore,

Click the drop down under the Explore and you can select 'Visible Layers':

You will then see an option at the bottom to select the layer you want to identify in the pop-up:

TheodoreF
Occasional Contributor II

Excellent, thank you.

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CathyWilson2
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Does this not work with raster layers? I set Explore to Visible Layers and I still only see the values of the topmost layer.