As your friendly neighborhood GIS Consulting Company, our clients have come to rely on us to recommend the best workflows and solutions to get what they need accomplished. We do our best to keep our finger on the pulse of technology and trends, and keep an ear to the ground for unique ways to get […]
Our newest member in our family of products is seeing another update! Clean My Org has become very popular with our community of users. In response, we’ve received lots of feedback on how to make this solution for decluttering your ArcGIS Organization even better. Our roadmap of new features continues with version 1.2. Here’s what […]
Back in 2017, I wrote about the how Tagging and Filtering went together just like chicken and waffles. It’s been two years, and I hope by this time, at least some of you have come to appreciate both of these life-improving gifts to humanity. Now there is new duo on the scene! One that is […]
Clean My Organization is now available! This is a big deal for all ArcGIS Administrators out there. Read on, and you’ll know exactly why. As the Head of Support, it is my distinct privilege to be the advocate for the customer. At GEO Jobe GIS Consulting, we have worked with many customers, we have provided […]
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!
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:
Recently, we were contacted by someone who had a problem. An individual with administrative access to their ArcGIS Online Organization had accidentally moved ownership of ALL ITEMS to themself.