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GeoPlanner – The new app for collaborative Geodesign

GeoPlanner is one of the newest free apps to be built on top of the ArcGIS Online Platform. This tailored app allows you to analyse pre-requisites, sketch out your ideas, compare scenarios and then report on and share them with others.

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Goldilocks and the 3 steps to a Story Map

A story is a way to entertain and/or convey a set of information by describing a linked series of events, usually with a progression of time. Many stories have several locations and ArcGIS has made it easy to present your stories in their geographical context using one of the Story Map templates. The three key steps are: decide what your story is, decide how to present it and then create it.

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LocatorHub locators can now be configured to act as ArcGIS locators

LocatorHub locators can now be used in ArcGIS Online and other areas of the platform. For example AddressBase (any level) could be used for map navigation, geocoding or reverse geocoding inside ArcGIS Online. LocatorHub 5.2 SP2 includes the enhanced ArcGIS Compatible REST Service which enables users to configure LocatorHub locators in ArcGIS Online to look and act like ArcGIS Locators. Once the locators are configured in ArcGIS Online they can also be used in; Maps for Office, Maps for Dynamics, Portal, Maps for Sharepoint, Esri Maps for IBM Cognos, Flex API, and the new Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS.

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Simplifying storytelling with Snap2Map

Snap2Map is a native app that allows you to upload geo-tagged photos directly from your phone or tablet to create a place-based narrative as an interactive Map Tour.

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ArcGIS Online gets a new usage control feature and using Esri UK Online data services gets easier

The July release of ArcGIS Online included a new security feature which allows you to limit the usage of a service item to only those applications which you want to have access. This allows you to easily make the service available in specific public applications while preventing access by other applications or users. It has also allowed us to simplify our security guidance for the use of the Esri UK Online premium data services.

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