Scott Ball

Scott is a product manager working to make the power of geography accessible to everyone. He spends his time listening to user feedback and working to make ArcGIS Online the best darn SaaS out there.

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What's New in Explorer for ArcGIS 18.1 (iOS)

Explorer for ArcGIS has a new release for iOS that brings back an old friend, makes it easier to find shared maps, and squashes bugs. ...

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What's New in ArcGIS Maps for SharePoint 4.2

ArcGIS Maps for SharePoint is our SharePoint add-in that allows you to add maps to your SharePoint sites, load ArcGIS data on them, and s...

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What's New in ArcGIS Maps for Power BI (May 2017)

We continue to update Maps for Power BI on a nearly monthly update cycle, and this month we bring interactive drive times, a new tooltip ...

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Explore using infographics in ArcGIS Maps for Power BI

Have you ever wondered how many people live in Los Angeles? What about downtown LA? What about a very specific neighborhood in downtown L...

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5 common questions about ArcGIS Maps for Power BI

ArcGIS Maps for Power BI is a new, Esri-built mapping integration into Microsoft Power BI. Here are some of the most common questions w...

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ArcGIS Maps for Office open beta – sign up now!

We are pleased to announce the ArcGIS Maps for Office 4.1 beta is now publicly available! Maps for Office 4.1 brings you improved speed, ...

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What's New in ArcGIS Maps for Office 4.0: Mapping in Excel and PowerPoint, Redefined

We are happy to announce the all new ArcGIS Maps for Office 4.0. With this release we're making it even easier to see patterns in your Ex...

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Map the world with Esri Maps for Office

Have you ever wanted an easy-to-use map of countries around the world? You don't have to be a GIS guru to make maps with Esri Maps for O...

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Esri Maps for SharePoint Online is now available!

SharePoint Online brings the power of SharePoint to organizations who don’t want the overhead of managing SharePoint infrastructure. No...

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