Symbology is one of those things that can make or break a map. If it is not clear and intuitive, users can be left feeling frustrated by the lack of clarity and the amount of time it takes to find what they are looking for. (I can’t be the only person who walks away grumbling […]
Have you ever been working in ArcGIS Online and wished that there was a way to make your workflow more streamlined? I have too! When working on a project, I spent countless hours updating the domains in a hosted feature layer for multiple fields on ArcGIS Online. If you have ever had multiple fields with […]
Get to Know Your Toolbox – Backup and Restore Content on ArcGIS Online with GEO Jobe’s Backup My Org!
Have you ever deleted content from your ArcGIS Online (AGOL) account and it’s permanently gone? GEO Jobe has an application called Backup My Org (BMO) that can be deployed as a web service on your server or even locally on your laptop. It includes custom settings when backing up and restoring your items, users, and […]
The Gulfport – Biloxi International Airport (GPT) is experiencing growth that depends on the economic development of its parcels for revenue. The existing solution of marketing the available properties was not providing the desired engagement and they knew there must be a better way. When Esri’s partner GEO Jobe introduced them to the power of […]
Do you ever wish you could just make the updates to your maps and everyone has access to it? Whether it’s downloading the shapefile or viewing the map itself? With ArcGIS Online all this is possible! In your ArcGIS Online account, you can create a custom interactive map for others to search, view, and even […]
As a follow up to my Reasons to Migrate from AGOL to ArcGIS Enterprise article. Today I am going to build off that and discuss some things I’ve come across migrating from ArcGIS Online to ArcGIS Enterprise. Depending on how tight of a ship you ran in ArcGIS Online and the amount of content accumulated […]
Adding users to your ArcGIS Online Organization can be both a joy and a challenge. A joy, because you are exposing more people to the world of geospatial analysis. A challenge, because adding and configuring those users can be time-consuming. That is where Admin Tools for ArcGIS comes in to help.
Admin Tools for ArcGIS Online is made up of many “small” tools that when chained together can do “big” things. Meaning that sometimes you may have to create a workflow using multiple tools to accomplish your specific needs. We’ve created a workflow for Updating Secured Registered Services using Admin Tools Pro. (Also, I would like […]
Recently a client of ours, who has been on ArcGIS Online for a few years now, migrated their data to a new datamodel. This, naturally, had a cascading domino effect on all the ArcGIS Online content they had created over the years. I relied heavily on our Admin Tools’ “Update Web Maps Service URLs” to […]
As with any technology, there’s a product adoption lifecycle and Esri’s portal technology (ArcGIS Online and Portal for ArcGIS) is no different. Since its release in 2012, ArcGIS users have been in the early stages of this lifecycle, but our focus at GEO Jobe has remained the same. Get out front as an innovator Grind through […]