Accessing ArcGIS Pro using ArcGIS Online public account?Geographic Information Systems
How do I open ArcGIS Pro in ArcGIS online?
Sign in to ArcGIS Online in an ArcGIS for Desktop application. To open the ArcGIS Online window, click File > ArcGIS Online on the main menu. Click My Maps and Data to view, manage, and share your uploaded content.
Do you need an ArcGIS online account to use ArcGIS Pro?
You must meet three conditions to use ArcGIS Pro with a Named User license: You must be a member (a named user) of an ArcGIS Online organization. In the ArcGIS Online organization, you must have a user type that is compatible with an ArcGIS Pro license or that includes an ArcGIS Pro license.
How do I get my ArcGIS Pro map from ArcGIS online?
Quote from video: Simply select the mxd. And click ok and you can see that's going to bring in all of my layers directly as they're symbolized the same thing everything looks exactly the same as it would in my mxd.
Does ArcGIS Pro come with ArcGIS online?
Yes. Your ArcGIS Desktop license includes access to ArcGIS Online regardless of how your license is managed. To access online content, you need to add a portal connection and sign in. How do I start my first ArcGIS Pro session?
What can I do with an ArcGIS online public account?
With a public account, you can create, store, and manage geospatial content, share content, and access content shared by Esri and GIS users around the world. With a public account, you have access to the ArcGIS Online website (with limits on use), My Esri, Esri Community, and other Esri web resources.
How do I access ArcGIS Pro?
Sign in to a portal using a web browser
- Do one of the following: Click the Sign In menu in the upper corner of ArcGIS Pro.
- At the bottom of the sign in page, click Sign In Using Browser.
- Provide the credentials associated with your account and click Sign In.
How do I assign an ArcGIS Pro license in ArcGIS online?
At the top of the site, click Organization and click the Licenses tab. If necessary, click Add-on licenses. Next to ArcGIS Pro, click License activity. A window appears with a list of organization members who have ArcGIS Pro licenses.
Is ArcGIS online different from ArcGIS Pro?
ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Online are two different platforms with different interfaces and features. If you attempt to use the wrong platform for an exercise, you will not be able to follow the directions and complete the exercise you are working on.
How do I authorize ArcGIS Pro?
Authorize an extension
- Start ArcGIS Pro.
- On the ArcGIS Pro start page, click the Settings tab.
- On the Settings page, click the Licensing side tab.
- On the Licensing dialog box, click Authorize to open the Software Authorization Wizard.
How do I add data from ArcGIS Pro to ArcGIS online?
Add data from the Add Data dialog box
- Make sure a map or scene is your active view.
- On the Map tab, in the Layer group, click Add Data and click Data .
- On the Add Data dialog box, browse to a layer at an online location or a local location:
- Click the layers in the search results that you want to add and click OK.
How do I share a map from ArcGIS Pro to ArcGIS online?
Share a web map using a selected configuration
Open a map. The Share As Web Map pane appears. Accept the default name or provide a new name for the web map. The default name is the name of your ArcGIS Pro map.
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