ArcGIS Insights

What’s new in ArcGIS Insights 2023.3

ArcGIS Insights combines data visualization and analysis to accelerate decision making. From interactive charts and maps to advanced analytics, Insights offers a wide array of capabilities to help you understand your data, answer important questions, and create interactive reports.

The Insights 2023.3 release (November 2023) includes a new filter widget, alluvial diagrams, and north arrows for maps. Keep reading to learn more about these new features so you can try them out the next time you use Insights.

Filter widget

A new filter widget has replaced the predefined filter widget. Filter widgets support all the configurations of predefined filters, plus additional configurations, and improved performance.

Filter widgets are ideal for allowing users to filter data on published reports.

Create a filter widget

Learn more about the new filter widget

Alluvial diagrams

Alluvial diagrams are a chart type that show the relationship between unique values in multiple fields. You can use alluvial diagrams to understand the magnitude of relationships between categories and how objects, people, or phenomena flow between them.

Alluvial diagram showing fruits and vegetables imported to the United States

Learn more about alluvial diagrams

North arrow

A north arrow can now be added to a map card. North arrows are helpful for orienting maps that have been rotated.

Map with a north arrow

Other updates

 

More resources

You can now access these and several other enhancements in ArcGIS Insights. For a full list of new features, visit What’s new in the Insights help documentation.

We love hearing from you! Visit Esri Community to ask questions, access resources, and submit ideas for new features you want to see in Insights.

 

Data attribution

Data from the USDA, Economic Research Service summary of data released by U.S. Department of Commerce, Census Bureau. Downloaded January, 2018.

UNHCR Population Statistics Database. Downloaded September, 2021.

About the author

Vicki Lynn Cove is a documentation writer for ArcGIS Insights and Map Viewer analysis at Esri's Research and Development Centre in Ottawa, Canada. She has a background in biology, English literature, and GIS. In her spare time, Vicki Lynn enjoys fibre arts, playing her guitar, and the outdoors.

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