Adding users to your ArcGIS Online Organization can be both a joy and a challenge. A joy, because you are exposing more people to the world of geospatial analysis. A challenge, because adding and configuring those users can be time-consuming. That is where Admin Tools for ArcGIS comes in to help.
How much time (and how many clicks) have you, or members of your team spent fiddling with the layer popups of your Web Maps? If it’s more than just a minute or two, you may be missing out on a much better method of doing so!
The state of Oregon works closely with the Oregon Department of Transportation to maintain a single comprehensive ArcGIS Online organization in order to serve their constituents.
For those of you finding yourselves going through all your Web Maps one at a time, updating your symbology over and over again, wishing there was a better way, rejoice! Copy Symbology from Web Map has you covered!
Our Admin Tools have quite a diverse selection of ways to handle how content is served over ArcGIS. Although, we shouldn’t overlook the user management portion of the tools. Here are some tips on some of the tools that should absolutely help on that front:
Hello September! With the latest turn of the calendar page, we welcome signs of the fall season. We say “Hello, Pumpkin Spice Latte (PSL)”, and we welcome teachers and students back to the classroom.
Many administrators have difficulty determining what feature services and layers are being consumed by what web maps and apps in a practical, efficient way.
ArcGIS Online is widely used in higher education (and K-12) across the United States and throughout the world. Every week, we are pleased to greet several new high schools, colleges, and universities, welcoming them to the Admin Tools for ArcGIS Online user family. It is awesome to know we are assisting GIS administrators and helping support their […]
Admin Tools for ArcGIS Online is consistently a TOP app in the ArcGIS marketplace. We like to think the success of the tools has largely been the result of the community input and user contributed suggestions received from GIS professionals around the world.