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  • Automatically update AGO files Help April 20, 2019
    Hello everyone! I am doing a project at school where I am creating the front end for a agricultural company. I have already created a map from their server shapefiled and placed them on AGO which will be featured on the home page. I want to be able to update the information periodically, this is […]
  • How can i add feature layer tab to contents in my ArcGIS online account April 20, 2019
    Hello. I am a newbie to ArcGIS. I cannot find the feature layers when I go my content pane in my online account. I understand that it has to be added from the web but I don't know how. Kindly help.
  • Combining separate files (shapefiles or gdb) into one large file April 19, 2019
    What is the best way to combine several files into one large file? I have point files in a number of geodatabases I used in Arc GIS on-line and want to combine them into one single file. There are photo attachments with each and I would like those to persist. The only think I can […]
  • Zoom to feature from attribute table ArcGISOnline April 19, 2019
    Wondering if anyone out there has discovered a way to zoom to a feature in arcgisOnline from the attribute table.  There are occasions where we are viewing data in the table and want to select a feature and zoom to it?  Note:  Sometimes these features are so small you do not see them at the […]
  • Disable menus in ArcGIS Online April 18, 2019
    I wanted to know if it was possible to disable or hide some menus in my ArcGIS Online account for the public. I want to hide the Sign In menu, My Map, Scene, Group  Is it possible ??? Best regards,Anselme

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  • Jason Momoa shaves beard to shine a spotlight on plastic pollution April 19, 2019
    When you have 11 million Instagram followers,  your simplest personal hygiene move can elicit thousands of comments. And when you’re ready for a major hygiene transformation, such as shaving off a beard you’ve been growing since 2012, you can pair the shearing with a save-the-world message. So we get a viral video of Jason Momoa, […]
    Teresa Bergen
  • These sweet teardrop trailers for adventurers run on solar power April 19, 2019
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    Nicole Jewell
  • Vegan organization receives post-hurricane windfall April 19, 2019
    The Million Dollar Vegan campaign gave $100,000 to vegan humanitarian aid organization, Chilis on Wheels, to help survivors of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. As reported here in February, 12 year-old activist Genesis Butler made an intriguing proposition to Pope Francis: Go vegan for Lent, and Butler and her Million Dollar Vegan campaign would donate […]
    Teresa Bergen
  • RBURN upcycles North Face tents into one-of-a-kind bags April 19, 2019
    The North Face has teamed up with British designer Christopher Raeburn of RÆBURN to launch a new line of accessories handcrafted from recycled tents. Introduced late last month, the unique collection consists of three distinct items—a tote bag, drawstring bag, and Rae Bag—that all feature RÆBURN’s iconic “REMADE, REDUCED, RECYCLED, RÆBURN” tagline. The partnership marks […]
    Lucy Wang
  • National Parks are offering free entry on April 20 to celebrate National Park Week April 19, 2019
    Take advantage of the warmer weather by visiting any number of the hundreds of national parks across the country on April 20 absolutely free. The National Park Service is celebrating National Park Week by offering free entry into all of the 418 parks spread throughout the United States. If you have never been to a […]
    Perry Miller

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  • Author, Historian Jon Meacham: America Must Be Able to Face Facts, Has Faced Worse in the Past April 19, 2019
    Speaking at the ULI Spring Meeting in Nashville, bestselling author and Pulitzer Prize winner Jon Meacham said that as far back in America’s history as the Revolutionary War, Americans have been able to change their minds and switch sides on many issues. “America was founded on the idea that we could think our way through […]
    Brett Widness
  • Minority Residents Can Feel Left Out of the Development Wave That Has Engulfed Cities Such as Nashville April 19, 2019
    The civil rights struggle of 50 years ago—Nashville was the first southern city to desegregate public services, setting an example for activists throughout the South—continues today, but now it is more focused on economic equality. That was the main takeaway from a ULI Spring Meeting session during which panelists discussed how much the civil rights […]
    Mike Sheridan
  • Global CEO Ed Walter: “The Goal Is Not Just to Do More, But to Do Better” April 18, 2019
    The success of ULI’s 2019 Spring Meeting—which drew 4,300 attendees, the highest ever for a Spring Meeting—is indicative of the Institute’s ongoing efforts to improve the member experience, ULI Global Chief Executive Officer Ed Walter said in remarks at the meeting’s closing session. He praised outgoing Global Chairman Thomas Toomey for his leadership in the […]
    Trisha Riggs
  • Proptech Venture Capitalist Lists Startups with Potential to Expand Opportunities, Unlock Value April 18, 2019
    New applications for artificial intelligence, 3-D printing, and the “internet of things” promise to transform the commercial real estate industry and create new ways to generate revenue and reduce expenses, said the head of a real estate–oriented investment fund speaking at the 2019 ULI Spring Meeting. The post Proptech Venture Capitalist Lists Startups with Potential […]
    Patrick J. Kiger
  • Global Chairman Thomas Toomey Reflects on ULI’s Uniqueness: “Our Work Changes People’s Lives” April 18, 2019
    Outgoing ULI Global Chairman Thomas Toomey reflected on the Institute’s uniqueness as well as its future as an organization with a strong philanthropic culture during remarks made at the 2019 Spring Meeting’s closing session. “First, what makes [ULI] unique is that our work, performed by ULI members and real estate leaders, changes people’s lives by […]
    Trisha Riggs

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  • Jason Momoa shaves beard to shine a spotlight on plastic pollution April 19, 2019
    When you have 11 million Instagram followers,  your simplest personal hygiene move can elicit thousands of comments. And when you’re ready for a major hygiene transformation, such as shaving off a beard you’ve been growing since 2012, you can pair the shearing with a save-the-world message. So we get a viral video of Jason Momoa, […]
    Teresa Bergen
  • These sweet teardrop trailers for adventurers run on solar power April 19, 2019
    Related: + Via
    Nicole Jewell
  • Vegan organization receives post-hurricane windfall April 19, 2019
    The Million Dollar Vegan campaign gave $100,000 to vegan humanitarian aid organization, Chilis on Wheels, to help survivors of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. As reported here in February, 12 year-old activist Genesis Butler made an intriguing proposition to Pope Francis: Go vegan for Lent, and Butler and her Million Dollar Vegan campaign would donate […]
    Teresa Bergen
  • RBURN upcycles North Face tents into one-of-a-kind bags April 19, 2019
    The North Face has teamed up with British designer Christopher Raeburn of RÆBURN to launch a new line of accessories handcrafted from recycled tents. Introduced late last month, the unique collection consists of three distinct items—a tote bag, drawstring bag, and Rae Bag—that all feature RÆBURN’s iconic “REMADE, REDUCED, RECYCLED, RÆBURN” tagline. The partnership marks […]
    Lucy Wang
  • National Parks are offering free entry on April 20 to celebrate National Park Week April 19, 2019
    Take advantage of the warmer weather by visiting any number of the hundreds of national parks across the country on April 20 absolutely free. The National Park Service is celebrating National Park Week by offering free entry into all of the 418 parks spread throughout the United States. If you have never been to a […]
    Perry Miller

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