ArcGIS StoryMaps

What's New in Story Maps (April 2018)

Note: This blog covers the classic Esri Story Maps. Story authors are encouraged to use the new ArcGIS StoryMaps to create stories; however, Esri will continue to maintain the classic templates for your use. For more information, see the Product road map.

Esri Story Maps let you combine authoritative maps with narrative text, images, and multimedia content, making it easy to harness the power of maps and geography to tell your story.

Spring is in the air, the cherry blossoms are blooming in Washington DC…and ArcGIS Online was recently updated with many new features and enhancements. For additional information see the What’s new help topic and other ArcGIS blog posts specific to the April 2018 update.

To find out what’s new specifically with story maps, read this story map…

What's New in Story Maps
To find out what's new in Story Maps, read this Story Map.

Banner photo by Adrian González Simón on Unsplash

About the author

Owen is the lead product engineer for ArcGIS StoryMaps and has been with Esri since 2004. Before joining the StoryMaps team, he spent 11 years as a solution engineer on Esri's National Government team helping people understand the value and utility of geospatial thinking.


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