This is the third and final exercise in the series to create an operation view to use for emergency incident tracking and response following a simulated earthquake in Redlands, California. In the previous exercises, you created a map and authored an operation view, including setting up the different panels of information available during the incident tracking. In this exercise, you'll share the operation view you created in the previous exercise with others in your organization so they can use it to monitor the earthquake incidents.
Options for sharing the operation view display. They include the following choices:
If you are using a single display operation view, there are two links you can share: one that opens the operation view in the Windows app and one that opens the operation view in the browser. If you are using a multidisplay operation view, there is a link that opens the operation view in the Windows app.
If the recipient doesn't have Operations Dashboard installed, and you share the link to open the operation view in the Windows app, this link provides a shortcut to installing it. If it's already installed, the operation view can be opened directly. The user needs to sign in to view your operation view.
If you would like to share your view to the public, choose the option to share with Everyone. With this option, your users will not have to sign in to open and use the view.
When you share an operation view, you need to make sure the map and layers referenced by the operation view are also accessible to those who have access to the operation view. The Referenced items section makes sure these items are appropriately shared.
You have now created a map and an operation view that used the map and shared the operation view with your organization. You have an operation view that members of your organization can use to monitor the emergency incidents following the earthquake.
To learn about using the operation view, follow the Monitor and respond to activities and events exercise.