I would like to use the Citizen Science Reporter application on ArcGIS online, but my school or work does not have access to ArcGIS Pro yet. Can I use it on Desktop or Online? Also, could I use AppStudio without ArcGIS Pro????? Thanks!
You do need an ArcGIS online account.
The Requirements are listed here... ArcMap is good
Citizen Problem Reporter is an application that runs in ArcGIS Online or Portal for ArcGIS. Configuring and using the application happens completely online with no requirement for desktop software or AppStudio. Where you do need some desktop software (ArcMap or Pro) is to create the layers that will be the foundation of your citizen science survey questions.
There are 2 main ways to do this: The first uses the Solution Deployment Tool in ArcGIS Pro and is by FAR the easiest way forward; The second uses ArcMap and, while it take a little more patience and involves quite a few more steps, it results in the same end product.
I know you said that your work/school doesn't have Pro yet, but if you have an ArcGIS Online organization account, and if you know someone who does have Pro installed, it might be worth your while to see if you can sign in to their Pro installation for a few minutes to deploy the app into your org - it should take less than 5 mins to run and you get a fully-configured app with all layers, popups, etc published and configured for you.
If you are totally Pro-less, there are instructions on the page that Dan linked to for downloading the CSR files, publishing the layers using ArcMap, and configuring the app yourself. Additional info can be found on the Crowdsource Reporter help page, as that's the app that is used by the CSR.
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