This topic describes some of the user interface elements you'll encounter in Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS. The user interface is different depending on whether you open the operation view as an author (requires an administrator or publisher role in your organization) or as a user (user role in your organization). This topic focuses on the author's interface.
Sign in to the app to access your operation views, maps, and data.
This is the settings page for creating, opening, saving, and closing operation views. It appears when you create a new operation view or click the File menu when the operation view is open.
These are the menus at the top of the app.
Use Tools > Edit Operation View to enter a mode in which you can add or modify widgets.
When editing a multidisplay operation view, use Widgets > Add Widget to insert a widget into the operation view. The Widgets menu is displayed only when you are editing the operation view.
When editing a single-display operation view, use Widgets > Add Panel to insert a panel with a predefined layout that can contain one or more widgets. The panel has an Add Widget button that allows you to choose the type of widget. The Widgets menu is displayed only when you are editing the operation view.
Use the Add Widget dialog box to choose the type of widget to insert. Some widget types require other widgets or data sources to be present in the operation view before you can add them.
This is the configuration dialog box for a map widget, which is commonly included in operation views.
When editing the operation view, use the Settings button to modify a widget's configuration. You can also remove a widget with this menu.
When you open the operation view, add a map widget, or install an add-in, you use the item browser. The items displaying within the browser are filtered to be relevant to the task you're performing. For example, if you're opening an operation view, only operation views are listed.
The Search box in the item browser allows you to enter a query to find items by their name, owner, identification, or other parameters. The search follows the syntax used in ArcGIS organizations and takes the form of type:search term. For example, a search for owner:esri returns all content published by the esri account. Field values are case sensitive when performing a search.
You can sign out of the app to end your session, or to allow another user to sign in.
You will see account information in the upper-right corner, including your display name.