I'm in the middle of a project to replace a legacy third-party GIS program with an application built in Web App Builder. One of the most beloved tools in the legacy program is something called the "Where Am I?" tool. The user clicks the button and then clicks in the map and is returned a table of information about where they clicked. Things like township, range, school district, electric company, etc. I'd like some help/advice on how best to accomplish this in the WAB environment. The simplest solution (zero coding) just adds the "Where Am I" service into the map layers. My concern is training my user community to remember to click through the records to get to the "Where Am I" portion. Are there any other thoughts? Like an identify-style widget that only looks at the Where Am I service. Any thoughts are appreciated.