Hi so I am wanting to share my survery123 data which is on a map to the public, so following the data share options I created a story map from the data however, when individuals try and view the map on this it tells them they have to log in to esri. Is there a way data from the survery123 can be shared and made public without individuals having to log in?
so far I have tried adding the map to my maps and embedding it within a previous existing story and creating a new story map from the data and neither method works for open access. I have also ensured that the apps are public view before publishing. Any thoughts and help would be very useful.
Thanks in advance.
Hi Courtenay -- I'm tagging the ArcGIS Survey123 space because that community will be able to help you the best with this question.
Brilliant thank you!
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How have you shared the survey data? We would encourage you to share by creating a feature layer view that could be set to be read-only; sharing for Viewing using the Survey123 Collaborate page will create a read-only view (called the 'stakeholder' view) that would be suitable for using in a story map.
I would also suggest looking at https://community.esri.com/groups/survey123/blog/2020/05/11/securing-data-in-public-surveys-survey12...
Are the survey elements shared to the public? You can share the results of a survey to the public via the Survey123 website (https://survey123.arcgis.com) > My Surveys > click your survey > click the Collaborate tab > click the Viewer tab and share the survey with Everyone. If you're using Portal for ArcGIS instead of ArcGIS Online, the example URL to get to the Survey123 website is,
Also, take a look at this resource: Share survey results.
I hope this helps!