What's New in ArcGIS Online

ArcGIS Online continues to deliver fast and extensive capabilities, apps focused on personalized solutions, and easy-to-use administration tools that strengthen collaboration. For a complete list and more details on what’s new in the March update, see ArcGIS Online Help and the ArcGIS Blog.

A Planet of Content

A Planet of Content

See and explore updates to the World Imagery basemap, including:

  • Check out the new Living Atlas website where you can access and contribute to the foremost collection of global geographic content and data.
  • 2016 aerial imagery from the National Agriculture Imagery Program (NAIP) for several US states
  • Additional DigitalGlobe satellite imagery for several countries
  • The latest Michael Bauer Research (MBR) demographic data for more than 35 countries including Brazil, Austria, Greece, Ireland, Portugal, and Turkey.
  • Administrators can configure a custom basemap gallery to include one or more Esri vector basemaps.

Apps Get More Personal

Keep your Brand

Administrators, you can now deploy a Shared Theme for configurable apps and Open Data sites created by your organization for consistent branding across your information products.

Tell More Stories

Authors of the Story Map Journal, Series, and Shortlist (beta), you can now let readers find addresses, places, and features. And, try Story Map Cascade with enhanced image galleries and 3D performance.

Engage People

Use the Crowdsource Reporter to collect citizen information on issues and events. Now you can reorder details, attachments, and location sections of a submission form. Plus, load the app on mobile devices with a map view of existing reports.

Visualize Data in 3D

The updated GeoPlanner for ArcGIS offers a 3D mode so you can push out features, model shadows, view perspectives by date and time, and evaluate a scenario’s impact by viewing Key Performance Indicators.

Apps Get More Personal
Power to the Field and Office

Power to the Field and Office

Enjoy the following enhancements to apps for the field and apps for the office.

  • Collector for ArcGIS integrates better with Navigator for ArcGIS and Workforce for ArcGIS on your Android devices.
  • Survey123 now allows you to build surveys on top of existing hosted feature services. It now supports social logins including Facebook and Google, and lets you share survey results via the Survey123 website.
  • Workforce for ArcGIS is now on Android devices. Also, dispatchers can disable clustering, more easily identify workers, and see who is closest to an assignment.
  • Esri Business Analyst Web App enables more powerful suitability analysis with competitive layers and better support for site attributes. Find improved infographics—you can add location pictures, attributes, use your own data, and get updates for 32 countries across Europe.

Taking Care of Administrative Business

Find added privileges to view organization members as well as content and groups shared within your organization. If you use multiple accounts for ArcGIS Online and Esri websites, you can now link and switch between accounts connecting your Esri customer information such as My Esri, e-Learning, and GeoNet. The option to switch accounts is currently available from your ArcGIS organization website, the ArcGIS Online website (for public accounts), and Esri websites.