As an administrator or member with licensing privileges, you use ArcGIS Online to specify which members have licenses for Esri premium apps such as ArcGIS Pro, Navigator for ArcGIS, AppStudio for ArcGIS Standard, Drone2Map for ArcGIS, Esri Business Analyst web app, Esri Community Analyst, GeoPlanner for ArcGIS, and other apps sold through ArcGIS Marketplace that use a per-member license type.
You can view license details, configure licenses for one member, and configure licenses for multiple members. ArcGIS Pro has additional workflows for assigning a software level and extensions for specialized tools.
The licensing page includes details about the products provisioned to your organization, a member table, and tools to configure licenses.
For ArcGIS Pro, you see the total numbers for all levels of ArcGIS Pro and the number of available ArcGIS Pro levels and extension licenses for you to assign to members. (You may need to scroll to see the full set of extensions available to your organization.) You also see which licenses have been configured for which members, the last time they used ArcGIS Pro, and whether they have checked out a license. You can search the members and filter the licenses.
For Additional Products, you see the products your organization has been provisioned for and, for each of those products, the total number of licenses and number of licenses available for you to assign to members.
By clicking an individual member of the organization, your license changes affect only one member at a time.
If the member hasn't been assigned any licenses yet, the link says Configure licenses.
You can make license changes for multiple members at a time. The updates apply to all the members in the Selected Members list.
ArcGIS Pro is designed to be the premier app for visualizing, editing, and performing analysis using local content, or content from your organization. Your organization needs to be provisioned for ArcGIS Pro before you can manage licenses for ArcGIS Pro through ArcGIS Online. Each member needs a license to run ArcGIS Pro. As the administrator, you assign a software level (Basic, Standard, or Advanced) and extensions for specialized tools to each member. When a member signs in to ArcGIS Pro, the software runs with the level and extensions you set. If you have not assigned a license to a member, ArcGIS Pro does not run when that member attempts to sign in. See ArcGIS Pro documentation for additional information on licensing options.
Navigator for ArcGIS is a mobile app that integrates with other ArcGIS apps and provides a complete navigation experience. Each member needs a license to run Navigator. All members of the organization can download and install Navigator from their device’s native marketplace. However, the app will not function unless the member is signed in and the account has been configured with a license. A Navigator subscription allows a user to open the app and access navigation content. Within Navigator, each member can access and download map packages for their geographic region. These map packages are stored in an ArcGIS Online group and contain navigation data.
The first time a licensed member signs in to Navigator, they must be connected to their licensing portal. After that, they can download mobile map packages, go offline, and use Navigator offline. If they choose to sign out of Navigator, they must be able to connect to the licensing portal in order to sign back in.
AppStudio for ArcGIS allows you to convert maps into consumer-friendly, cross-platform mobile apps that can be shared with the public through popular app stores or securely through your enterprise. It is available in two levels: Basic and Standard. AppStudio for ArcGIS Basic allows you to create apps through configurable app templates included with AppStudio for ArcGIS and publish the apps in app stores. AppStudio for ArcGIS Standard gives you additional capabilities to build your own native apps and distribute them within your enterprise. Each member needs a license to run AppStudio for ArcGIS Standard. All members of the organization can access AppStudio for ArcGIS Basic from appstudio.arcgis.com. Additional functionality that comes with Standard is available in the AppStudio for ArcGIS Desktop Edition, which can be downloaded from appstudio.arcgis.com. Standard functionality is locked in AppStudio for ArcGIS Desktop Edition unless the ArcGIS account has been configured with an AppStudio for ArcGIS Standard license and the user is signed in with that account.
Drone2Map for ArcGIS streamlines the creation of professional imagery products from drone-captured imagery for visualization and analysis in ArcGIS. Each member needs a license to run Drone2Map for ArcGIS.
The Esri Business Analyst web app enables commercial realtors, retailers, economic development agencies, and others to evaluate markets for expansion, consolidation, or investment. Members of the organization can access the web app from ArcGIS Marketplace. Each member needs a license to use the Esri Business Analyst web app and the license must be managed by the ArcGIS Online administrator.
Esri Community Analyst helps government agencies, policy makers, nongovernment organizations, civic organizations, and others allocate scarce community resources more effectively, communicate important information to policy makers and constituents, and improve community outreach. Members of the organization can access Esri Community Analyst from ArcGIS Marketplace. Each member needs a license to use Esri Community Analyst and the license must be managed by the ArcGIS Online administrator.
GeoPlanner for ArcGIS allows you to collaborate with your ArcGIS Online organization on land-based planning and designs.