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ArcGIS Blog gives you best practices, common workflows, and product updates for ArcGIS. It’s now also a place to connect and collaborate with article authors and the blog community. By taking advantage of the new commenting functionality, you can join an article discussion or start a new one. You can ask and answer questions, leave feedback, and provide additional insights about the article topic.

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Alex Friant
Alex Friant

This is a fantastic update! I’ve often wanted to provide feedback or ask questions for blog posts I found interesting. Seeing what other people’s insights are into a topic is also a great way to learn more, as well, so I’m excited to see what people contribute.

Eleanor Haire
Eleanor Haire

I am excited about this new feature too!

Clay Donaldson
Clay Donaldson

Yay! Blog commenting is back – great for the community!

John Dye
John Dye

haha, omg. can’t believe commenting is back. I was just getting used to the ArcGIS Blog without the vitriol. Let the show begin!

Blog Administrator
Blog Administrator

Let’s all do our part to keep the discussion productive, fruitful, and respectful. 🙂

Aniekan-Abasi Ekaette
Aniekan-Abasi Ekaette

Thanks for adding this feature!

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