Explore all the new capabilities in ArcGIS Online including features that give you more flexibility to stylize your points, specify geocoding search parameters, and configure web applications.
If your map has a layer with a large number of points, configuring point clustering makes it easier to visually extract information from your data. When you enable clustering, Map Viewer groups point features that are within a certain distance into one symbol.
Use locator view to create a new view of Esri World Geocoding Service that streamlines search results for locations within an area of interest. Locator views define search parameters based on types of locations such as addresses, postal codes, or places of interest.
To improve operability and follow Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0, enhanced keyboard navigation was added to Map Journal, an Esri Story Map. Use keys to navigate through the sections and around all the interactive elements, such as buttons and links, within the Map Journal.
Point cloud scene layers are great for fast consumption and display of large amounts of 3D data in Scene Viewer. Historically these layers were configured in ArcGIS Pro and published in ArcGIS Online. With this release, point cloud layers can be stylized directly in Scene Viewer with Smart Mapping.
This image shows a point cloud scene layer using elevation with Modulation
Intensity generated from data provided by Merrick & Company.
Crowdsource Reporter, a configurable app template to collect a variety of crowdsourced issues or observations within a single application, now includes a radio button to open and close the reporting period in which users can submit new reports, comments, and votes. This allows data to be viewed even after the commenting period is closed.
Quickly and conveniently see your assigned role and privileges within your profile. The new pop-up also provides a description of the capabilities of your role.
This is only a handful of the features we’ve added to ArcGIS Online in this release. Please visit the ArcGIS Blog and the ArcGIS Online Help for the complete list.