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If I have a storymap journal that accesses multiple webmaps and multiple feature services that I'm serving through ArcGIS Online, when I make my storymap (and webmaps, services, etc) public can I be confident that these layers/webmaps won't be editable by

Question asked by vbeckley_RWC on Oct 30, 2017
Latest reply on Oct 30, 2017 by OEvans-esristaff

- If my feature services have editing enabled so that I can edit the features in my webmap, will these capabilities be only available to me? My org? The public?

- Can the public access my webmaps?

- If some of my data is served through my server and is important data, say parcels, can I be confident this isn't editable by the public?

- Last one, if I have data that is on my server with confidential fields (parcels for example) and I have these fields turned off for viewing in the pop-up, can this layer (living in a webmap) still be accessed by the public and therefore reconfigured, viewed, edited, and so on?

 

Thank you!

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