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I have multiple groups of people working in the field, each in its own area. If I create a Tile Package to cover all the areas, its size is too big. How can I handle this?
You can publish multiple surveys each with its associated offline basemap.
Create a Tile Package for each area you want to cover
Publish one survey per area and associate each survey with its corresponding Tile Package. Configure all surveys to work against the same feature service, so all data submitted is merged into a single feature service.
Have field users download surveys corresponding to the areas they are going to work on.
Can I control the default basemap shown in the map? What about reducing the number of basemaps in the list?
You can take full control over the list of basemaps presented to users in the survey. For example, you can choose to only show the offline basemaps, or to drop or add additional basemaps to the list. You can also control which basemap will be selected by default. The Prepare basemaps for offline use—Survey123 for ArcGIS | ArcGIS help topic describes these settings at length these.
Since Tile Package Kreator is not an Esri product, how can I submit enhancement requests and issues?
Tile Package Kreator is an open source project. You can submit enhancement requests, issues and even contribute to the source code through Github.
Is Tile Package Kreator supported by Esri?
No. You need to refer to its Github repo.
Can I use Tile Packages created in ArcGIS Desktop with Survey123?
Can I use Tile Packages in Survey123 in a projection other than Web Mercator Auxiliary Sphere?
Is Esri planning to add support for Vector Tiles in Survey123 for ArcGIS?
Vector Tile support is sitting in our back-log at the moment, although we do not have a specific deadline at the moment for it.
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