Welcome to Esri Community!
We're excited to have you join us. Before you get started on your journey, we invite you to check out the information below about our community mission, member guidelines, and tips on getting started.
What is Esri Community?
The Esri Community is where the Esri Community—customers, Esri staff, and others in the GIS and geospatial professional community—connect, collaborate, share ideas and grow their career.
What is the mission of Esri Community?
The mission of Esri Community is to provide a central online destination where members can gather to exchange ideas, solve problems, accelerate success and build relationships to create a better world through the use of geospatial technology. To help guide and make sure you have a positive, productive, and fulfilling experience in the community, below are our Esri Community Guiding Principles.
Esri Community Guiding Principles
Being helpful means, you should always try and elevate the conversation with a thoughtful contribution while thinking of others. Examples of Being Helpful include:
Being human means professionally being yourself. An important part of collaboration includes building relationships and getting to know each other. We encourage you to be social and share parts of who you are that are appropriate and meaningful because doing so helps make the community more connected and human. Examples of "Being Human" include:
Being smart means to think before you post. If something makes you the slightest bit uncomfortable, figure out what needs to be changed, edit your content, then post. Examples of "Being Smart" include:
The Esri Logo and Esri Staff & Distributors
You will notice that some community members have an Esri indicator next to their names. This means they are either Esri Inc or an Esri Global Distributor employee.
Like you, they are members of the community, and we encourage them to share their knowledge, product updates, and opinions here.
We want this to be the best community it can possibly be - so let us know what you think or how we can help improve your experience in Esri Community. You can submit your feedback in the Community Resources (formerly Community Basics) section, look for the Community Feedback board.
Moderation and content review
When needed, the Esri Community team and moderators will review comments before or as they are posted. Those that are off-topic, not relevant to GIS, or violate any policies will be redirected, removed, or not posted.
Regarding violations, we will follow a Steer, Edit, Lock, Archive, Ban policy.
All stages of this violation process are subject to the context of the violation. The Community team will communicate at each phase of the violation. We hope to enforce these rules on a limited basis and encourage you to follow the Community Guidelines to ensure a meaningful and respectful experience for all members of the Esri Community.
Flag inappropriate content for review
If you recognize any violation of these guidelines, please notify us within the community by choosing "Report Inappropriate Content" from the post's Options menu and let us know why you feel the content is inappropriate
Ready to Get Started?
For quick tips and information on how to use Esri Community, check out the quick help section, found under your Avatar drop-down menu in the top navigation bar. For more in-depth community help, visit the Community Resources (formerly Community Basics) area (can be found in the top navigation bar of any page and in the footer).
How do you create a post? I cannot find a button anywhere. Either on the community home page, on any communities I join, etc. Why is is so hidden? Or is it just for those that have been given access by moderators?
I ask because there is a major security flaw in this interface. I had performed a search on an "anonymous" search engine and one result was a link to the community boards. I logged in under a different account than normal and it told me "access denied". So I logged out, completely logged out of an account, and logged back in with another one. I back browsed to the original search result and clicked and got the same access denied. I was still logged in as the previous account. I could even change my settings, after I had logged out. If I was at a public computer someone could come in behind me and take over my account. I currently have one window open logged into one account and another one open logged into another account, able to use both at the same time. But I never logged back into the original account.
You might want to fix this.
@ScottFitzstephens sorry I am just seeing this post now, please let me know if you are still having issues or if you have been able to find what you were looking for. Also going forward any questions about using the community you can post here: Community Feedback , this board is regularly monitored by the community team and moderators and someone should be able to help sooner. This doc can also help you with starting a post How to ask a question or for more help docs: Community Help Documents - GeoNet, The Esri Community
Je suis ravie d'être parmi vous et de collaborer avec vous.
J'ai commencé à apprendre à manipuler le logiciel à l'aide des vidéos sur YouTube puis en faisant des formations avec vous et par le biais d'autres plateformes, autant qu'ingénieur, je trouve que c'est indispensable d'utiliser des Les logiciels cartographiques car c'est un outil qui permet de prendre des décisions et de trouver des solutions adéquates pour préserver ou améliorer la fertilité des sols. Actuellement je fais le suivi de l'évolution de la salinité des sols dans les zones irriguées en Tunisie et tellement ce logiciel m'a aidé dans mon travail pour passer des messages à travers les cartes de spatialisations des caractéristiques du sol, je veux publier quelques extraits d'études que j'ai faites et conseiller des utilisateurs d'après mon expérience et merci.
Je n'ai pas de problème que se soit au travail ou chez-moi pour suivre les MOOC par contre actuellement je trouve des difficultés pour accéder , vous croyez aue c"est un problème de synchronisation ?