The two U.S. maps I have uploaded in my storymap show two thirds of the data. Basically, the U.S. south is is blank. Is there a size limit in the maps we upload?
You can try one of two things. I'd recommend the first.
If you expect your readers to zoom in to large scales you can keep the detailed feature layer in the map, but make it visible only at those large scales by setting a Visibility Range.
Got link to the story map and the web maps. or screenshot if they are not public? If you open the web map and view it outside of a Story Map app, does it draw correctly. Also which of the Story Map app templates are you using? A
I am using a "side accordeon" template. The map is not public, but here are the two screen shots. When I open the map in ArcPro and ArcGIS online there are no problems (just a little slow in ArcGIS online)
Thank you for your help!
I would recommend creating tile layers out of your features layers to use in your story map. It looks like you are showing detailed counties at a national scale, so that's a lot of information for the app to draw. Tile layers will draw much faster.
To create tiles just go to the item page of your published feature service on ArcGIS Online and click Publish > Tile layer. Or you can create tiles in ArcGIS Pro and upload them to ArcGIS Online to save credits.
Thank you for your reply. I tried your suggestion. The problem is that I
would like the map to be interactive so the reader can click the map and
read the info that the pop-up shows. Any suggestion about how to get
around? I have seeing in some of ESRI training materials examples of making
story maps with identical county level data. It looks so easy...
Thank you again for your support!
Thank you so much Owen, I appreciate your advice. This was extremely helpful.
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