ArcGIS Hub

Announcing new and improved ArcGIS Hub content

With its redesigned content pages, ArcGIS Hub makes it easier to share engaging content that puts your audiences first. On May 25th, content shared through your Hub sites will now open as one of the following pages:

Redesigned content pages encourage visitors to explore and take action. Whether your audience includes developers, students, or the general public, these new pages make it easier for people to understand and use the content made available to them.

A side-by-side comparison showing the differences between the old preview page and the new preview page (right) for a dataset.
The former preview page for a dataset (left) and the new explore page for the same dataset.

The dataset’s full details page focuses on actions that visitors can create their content or download for their own use offline.

A view of a dataset's full details page.
The new full details page realigns key actions and related content with an expandable view of the dataset's attributes.

What’s new ‚ú®

The following enhancements are included:

Check it out

If you have a Hub site, the content you share through your site has automatically updated and will redirect to its new URL. The URL structure depends on the type of page an item has and is based on on the item’s content family (apps, data, maps, content, and templates). For example, the explore page for a .CSV file is now https://hub.arcgis.com/datasets/itemID/explore and its full details page is /datasets/itemID/about.

Have feedback? Fill out the survey on the Content views demo site. For additional resources, see the ArcGIS Hub Documentation.

About the authors

Katie is a writer working on ArcGIS Hub and Enterprise Sites in the R&D Center in Washington, D.C.

UI Designer on ArcGIS Hub, ArcGIS Enterprise Sites

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