Frequently Asked Questions

How to link to Google Street View images from points in ArcGIS Online

Embedding a link to show Google Streetview images for a point location can be accomplished by using configure pop-up for a point layer in an ArcGIS Online.  To do this for a desired point layer in your ArcGIS Online map:

1. Click the more options (looks like three dots)  button next to the layer and choose Configure Pop-up

2. Under Attribute Expressions, click the ADD button, and paste the Arcade code found in...

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What are the license options for running ArcGIS Pro

ArcGIS Pro license is limited for use by valid Harvard ID holders only.

There are three licensing options:

  1. Named user license (referred option): Login with your Harvard ID and HarvardKey to Harvard's ArcGIS Online Organization (harvard-cga.maps.arcgis.com) when you run your desktop ArcGIS Pro.
  2. Concurrent use license: Run ArcGIS Pro from a computer that is on Harvard’s network (LAN or VPN), and use a concurrent use license from Harvard’s license server (license.cga.harvard.edu or cga2.cga.harvard.edu)....
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How to allow for shared editing of AGOL StoryMaps with my group members?

Only the organization administrators can create shared editing groups on ArcGIS Online by default.

If you need a shared editing group on AGOL, please familiarize yourself with the dos and don'ts of managing groups on AGOL:
https://doc.arcgis.com/en/arcgis-online/administer/manage-groups.htm. Please note that shared-editing groups can’t add non-Harvard members.

If shared editing group is indeed what you want, you may submit the following information to ...

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