When working offline, is it possible to view data collected in Survey123 in other ESRI field apps?

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01-11-2019 08:51 AM
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In environments where there is no Internet connection ArcGIS Explorer and Collector are great at visualising data that has been taken offline in advance. Is it possible to integrate new data collected in Survey123 with the Explorer or Collector maps? For people working offline in a disconnected environment being able to visualise their new data in relation to previously collected data is important.

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Finnian

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Finnian,

It's not possible   Offline Survey123 data is not available for use in other Esri apps.

This may be an Idea to enter into the system.

Basically, it sounds like you want an offline map that shows previous survey data, that is accessible to users while conducting a new Survey.   You could create an offline Explorer map (MMPK) that contains the previous survey data, your user(s) could download the map prior to going into the field.  While the new survey data will not show up on the Explorer map, people in the field could switch between the apps to see previous survey results.

Mark

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Finnian,

It's not possible   Offline Survey123 data is not available for use in other Esri apps.

This may be an Idea to enter into the system.

Basically, it sounds like you want an offline map that shows previous survey data, that is accessible to users while conducting a new Survey.   You could create an offline Explorer map (MMPK) that contains the previous survey data, your user(s) could download the map prior to going into the field.  While the new survey data will not show up on the Explorer map, people in the field could switch between the apps to see previous survey results.

Mark

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Thanks for the reply Mark. Yes, basically users would like to overlay their new Survey123 data on a map showing other data for the area they are working in.

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