ArcGIS Dashboards

Operations Dashboard v10.3.4 is Retiring!

With the December 2017 update of Operations Dashboard, we launched an entirely new, web-centric experience for the product that writes Dashboard items into your organization. 

Previously, Operations Dashboard included a Windows app that would write Operation View items into your organization. For those who have created Operation Views, the separation of app and item type provided the opportunity to migrate from old to new.

With a year behind us and several updates to the new web app, it is now time for the legacy Operations Dashboard Windows app and Operation View items to retire. The legacy Operations Dashboard product will move to a retired state on January 1st, 2019.

What does this mean for ArcGIS Enterprise users?

With the March 2019 release of ArcGIS Enterprise (v 10.7), the legacy version of Operations Dashboard will be retired:

If you are still using Operation View items, we strongly recommend that you create Dashboard items using the new Operations Dashboard web app now.

NOTE: You can continue using previous versions of ArcGIS Enterprise but please realize that in a retired state, technical support will no longer be available.

What does this mean for ArcGIS Online users?

With the Windows app retiring on January 1st, you will need to convert Operation View items to Dashboard items using new Operations Dashboard web app as soon as possible. 

With the March 2019 release of ArcGIS Online, the legacy version of Operations Dashboard will be retired:

The Dashboard team would like to thank you for the amazing work with our product! We have exciting new features coming in the December release of ArcGIS Online and many more on the horizon.

About the author

Jeff Shaner is a Product Lead with the software dev team at Esri. Delivering GIS tools and apps that enable users to work more productively, safely, and effectively has translated into 23 years of inspired work with the talented dev team at Esri and dedicated ArcGIS users around the world.  In his spare time, Jeff enjoys few things more than a good round of golf or hockey followed by a stop at his favorite craft brewery.


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