ArcGIS for Microsoft 365

What's new in ArcGIS for Microsoft 365 (August 2023)

In June 2023, the ArcGIS for Microsoft 365 component documentation was consolidated into a single site to help you see how this product suite is integrated into all of your favorite Microsoft business products.

Now that you are familiar with the new documentation, the August 2023 update is here with many significant enhancements, bug fixes, and new tools to explore.

The following sections detail these updates, per component.

ArcGIS for Excel

The following are updates to ArcGIS for Excel:

ArcGIS for Excel Map Data tab with tools

Learn more about data types, formats, and categories

Learn more about comma, decimal point, and semicolon separators

Add from ArcGIS pane with Add attribute table toggle

See the ArcGIS blog article for more information.

ArcGIS for Power BI

The following are updates to ArcGIS for Power BI:

ArcGIS for SharePoint

The following are updates to ArcGIS for SharePoint:

ArcGIS for SharePoint Profile pane with Reset connection button
ArcGIS for SharePoint choose ArcGIS connection wizard

ArcGIS for Teams

The following are updates to ArcGIS for Teams:

ArcGIS for Teams with Options tab visible

ArcGIS Connectors for Power Automate

The following are updates to ArcGIS Connectors for Power Automate:

ArcGIS Enterprise connector for ArcGIS Connectors for Power Automate
Actions in ArcGIS Connectors for Power Automate

Additional resources

You can read the latest blog articles, interact with experts, take a survey, learn about ArcGIS for Microsoft 365 components, get peer-to-peer feedback, and find answers to software questions on the Esri Community site.

Visit the video site, new product page, and ArcGIS for Microsoft 365 Esri Community pages for the latest change logs and blog articles:

ArcGIS Connectors for Power Automate

About the authors

(she/her) Principal Product Engineering Writer on Esri's Product Writing Team, Portland, OR, USA. A lifelong word nerd, I write content for ArcGIS for Microsoft 365 components, Esri Demographics and ArcGIS Places data capabilities, and Esri's GIS Dictionary.

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Zoya is a Product Engineering Writer for ArcGIS for Microsoft 365. A lifelong Yinzer, she is passionate about public transit, technology, and urban planning. She has been with Esri since 2022, loves cats, and likes to say she's somewhat like the "Carrie Bradshaw of maps".

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Mrinmayee "Minu" Bharadwaj has been with Esri since 2015. She is a Product Engineer: Documentation for Microsoft Integration apps. She was previously a Writer in Professional Services for ArcGIS Maritime and ArcGIS Aviation. She holds degrees in Psychology, English and Geography. She's passionate about technology and languages, and is fluent in French and German. She loves exploring new places, hiking, movies, books and a solid cup of tea.

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