ArcGIS for SharePoint
Autor: Esri, Inc.
ArcGIS for SharePoint gives you a new way to map and search SharePoint documents and lists.
Visualize, organize, and interact with your SharePoint business data using maps for better insights and decision making. Combine your data with geographic content from ArcGIS and share the maps you create.
What's new in November, 2023
* ArcGIS for SharePoint now supports [geocoding using ArcGIS location services](https://doc.arcgis.com/en/microsoft-365/latest/sharepoint/geocode-sharepoint-lists.htm) within a Microsoft SharePoint list or document library. To enable a list or library for mapping, select rows in your list, click the Geocode button from the toolbar, and select options from the Geocode menu.
* Adding data to a map, geotagging, and geosearching now support browsing of [SharePoint hub sites](https://links.esri.com/ms365/sp-hub-site). When looking for a spatially-enabled SharePoint list to add to a site or searching for documents to geotag, users can now search through associated subsites, hubs, and hub sites using the Site picker to select content.
* List map has been renamed to Edit locations. Open a SharePoint list or document library, click Edit locations, and precisely [edit or delete points, polylines, or polygons](https://doc.arcgis.com/en/microsoft-365/latest/sharepoint/list-map.htm).
* [Pop-ups](https://doc.arcgis.com/en/microsoft-365/latest/get-started/pop-ups.htm) previously showed images as the image path and links as plain text, but now display image thumbnails and links as hyperlinks.
* Bug fixes have been made, including a bug that prevented dynamic filtering from working between connected web parts and a bug which led users to be unable to re-edit a page after it had been published with a map.
* Icons have been updated across the software.
What's new in January, 2023
- ArcGIS for SharePoint now supports geolocation data stored in SharePoint lists.
- Synchronous map view linking is now available through ArcGIS for SharePoint on your Microsoft SharePoint site.
- Dynamic data enhancements allow increased interaction between ArcGIS maps and other web parts on your SharePoint site. See the blog for more information.
What's new in October 2022
- With List map, you can edit location data, delete features, and change feature geometries (as coordinates or Esri JSON geometry) on a Microsoft SharePoint list.
- Organization administrators can pre-configure a list of connections to ArcGIS for enterprise organization members. See Configure enterprise ArcGIS connection for more information Released in June 2022 [#LI]Print a map layout or screenshot. Follow the Print a map workflow to start exporting a printer-friendly ArcGIS for SharePoint page of a map in various formats including PDF, PNG8, PNG32, JPEG, AIX, GIF, EPS, SVG, SVGZ, and TIFF.
- Expand your map to a full screen. See Navigate the map.
- Use latitude and longitude coordinates in DMS format.
- The ArcGIS for SharePoint geotagging workflow creates terms in the SharePoint term store. See the workflow for creating a new term set for more information.
Released in September 2021
- Geotagging supports all file types and document sets - see related documentation.
- Geosearch, you can now do a keyword search or click a tagged feature on the map to access documents, files, videos etc.
- Search now gets updated with the geotagged layer you have selected.
Released in July 2021
- The new ArcGIS Maps web part is designed for modern SharePoint sites.
- New options are available for styling layers.
- Use Buffer/Drive time analysis to find driving, walking, and trucking routes.
- If your data has time fields, you can now enable time animation on the map.
- Add infographics cards to the map to get demographic information.
- Multiple bug fixes and performance improvements have been made.
Anonymous users can map data that contains coordinate values, but an ArcGIS Account will be required to geoenable data such as SharePoint Lists and geotagging documents.