I have 15 web-maps all with the same data, just different filtering for each group, I have to make a change to 13 of the maps, is there a way to automate the order that fields are in in the pop-up?
When you say filtering, do you mean setting up a filter inside the map?
How are you adding the data to the map?
Layers that exist as items in your "My Content" can be configured once and used in many different maps. From the map viewer, you can click the arrow next to the layer name and save as an item.
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The layers are in the unique web-maps. I understand that my content can be
used in many maps. However, my scenario is as follows.
I have 1 web-map with the correct configuration of the pop-up in the map.
All 15 maps have the same data, just different filters in the map. I would
like to pass map a's pop-up configuration to the other 14.
The maps are used in different groups that have different geographies, so
the filter is at the feature level of each group, i.e. Group A has a
District A filter for features so only those appear.
If the layer is an item in My Content, and all maps were created using this layer, then saving the layer settings back to the item would effectively update the popup for all maps that reference the layer.
If the layer is not an item, there is no automated way to do this. If you plan to use the layer in future maps, saving the layer as an item in My Content will save the popup configuration with it. Then, whenever you use that layer, it will have the popup as you want. You'd have to add this layer to all of your maps and set the filter.
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