Survey123 for ArcGIS at the 2017 Esri User Conference

Here we are once again, so close to the Esri User Conference!  Below is a list of the many places where you will be able to learn more about Survey123 for ArcGIS.

Note:  The new Esri Events app has just been released. It will help you create your own schedule and keep track of last  minute changes to sessions. You can download it from the iTunes and Google Play app stores.

Technical Sessions:

Technical Sessions are one UC’s favorites. Always well attended, Tech Sessions run for about 75 minutes and cover technical aspects of Esri products.  We always try to keep a good chunk of time at the end for a live question & answer section. Tech Sessions start on Tuesday morning and run until Friday.  They all take place in the second floor of the San Diego Convention Center.

Demo Theaters

You can think of Demo Theaters as mini-Tech Sessions. They are shorter, always focus on very specific workflows and run in a small setting were questions can be handled throughout the presentation.  The Demo Theaters take place in Expo area (first floor), close to the Product  Islands.

User Presentations

User Presentations are a great way to learn the details of how Survey123 is applied to specific  workflows. A good opportunity to learn directly from users like you!


The Expo area is opens Tuesday and closes on Thursday afternoon. It is located in the first floor in the San Diego Convention Center (SDCC) and features different areas including Partner Exhibits, Esri Industry Neighborhoods, GIS Product Areas and Customer Care booths.

Esri Education Conference

The Esri Education Conference takes place between July 8-11 at the Marriott Marquis & Marina Hotel. You will need to register separately for this one!

Pre-Conference Seminars

By now, our Pre-Conference Seminar is sold-out, but I thought I would include info about it for those of you who are planning to come next year. You need to hurry before all seats are  taken.

About the author

Ismael Chivite joined Esri in 2002. A geographer by training, he loves helping people leverage GIS to improve the way they work. As a Senior Product Manager, Ismael is always looking for ideas to create new and improve existing Esri products. Outside working hours: Legos, rock climbing, Romanesque architecture and jamon iberico. On occasion, he enjoys jamon during working hours too.

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