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Every ArcGIS Online user receives a default 2000 credits in their Harvard account. We can allocate more credits to support your work if needed. When you run out of the initial default number of credits in your account, we add 5000 more for you without you asking. However, if you run out of that again, you will need to tell us how many more credits you still need to complete your work, before we can add more for you. The market value is 10c per credit. Fortunately, Harvard's site license with Esri allows us to pool our credits together for all users in the university, and most users don't... Read more about I repeatedly run out of credits on my ArcGIS Online account. Can you add more credits for me?
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...
ArcGIS Pro license is limited for use by valid Harvard ID holders only.
There are three licensing options:
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.
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)....