On December 8, from 5:00 p.m. to midnight (PST), we plan to update ArcGIS Online. Please note that all planned updates are subject to change. Our What’s New email, blog article, and documentation will provide a comprehensive list of enhancements. Map Viewer Map Viewer will be introducing a new experience for editing source HTML in popups, the ability to add GeoJSON from URLs with both Smart Mapping and filtering support, a new feature effects capability to emphasize or de-emphasize specific features, and support for complex line, point, and polygon symbols. Additionally, you will now be able to apply Smart Mapping and filtering to your WFS and OGC feature layers. Map Viewer will streamline editing with fewer clicks and support for authoring and editing forms. Create Layer Experiences With the new create layer experiences, you will be able to create new layers in your My Content dashboard. The streamlined creation experience allows you to create multiple layer types and add fields. The new hosted feature layer authoring experience will allow you to draw directly on the hosted feature layer. More ways to work with imagery ArcGIS Image for ArcGIS Online expands its export options. You can export imagery as tile packages for offline use and a GeoTIFF for easier download. Additionally, Tiled Imagery Layers now support WMTS giving you greater interoperability. New ArcGIS Instant Apps Control the display of numeric values as well as time in the Slider app, display two charts side by side by default with adjustable chart sizes in the Chart Viewer app and create a focused list of countdowns within your map in the Countdown app. Additionally, you will be able to export the search result with your map to a PDF file using the Zone Lookup and Nearby apps. Attachment Viewer will make feature-by-feature browsing in the gallery more intuitive by focusing on those with attachments only. Get Early Access to What’s Coming Would you like to try the features planned for upcoming ArcGIS Online updates? ArcGIS Online users with an organizational subscription can by joining the ArcGIS Online Early Adopter Community (EAC). EAC members have access to an ArcGIS Online testing environment. Within the environment you can try upcoming features, test compatibility with your existing workflows, influence product development, and engage with the ArcGIS Online development team and members of the EAC. Sign Up https://earlyadopter.esri.com/key/ArcGISOnlineEAC 12/7/21 Edit: ArcGIS Online update has been moved to December 8th.
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