ArcGIS includes a wide range of apps that help you interact with the maps and data in your organization. Organization members can use their site's app launcher to open apps and related Esri websites that are available to them.
Use the app launcher
Click the Apps button in the header of the site to see the apps and related Esri sites made available to you. Once signed in to your organization, you can access the following from the app launcher:
- ArcGIS apps available on the web and for which you have a license
- Web apps that an administrator has added to the app launcher that have been shared with you
- Esri websites to which you have been granted access
To open an app or related website, click the Apps button and click the app or site you want to open. The app or site opens in a new browser tab.
Newly added apps are marked with a green dot.
You can change the order of apps and sites in the app launcher by dragging the icons to different locations inside the app launcher window. If you have access to more apps and sites than you need to use frequently, click Show More at the bottom of the window and drag some apps and sites to the secondary area. Use this area for apps you need to access less often, as they will be hidden from view when the app launcher is opened.
In some cases, an app to which you previously had access can no longer be accessed from your app launcher gallery. This can occur for any of the following reasons:
- Your administrator has removed the app from the app launcher.
- The app is no longer shared with you.
- The app owner or administrator deleted the app item.
- In the case of licensed apps, your license was revoked.
Apps previously displayed in your app launcher gallery that later become unavailable to you are displayed with a gray box with an x in the corner. To remove an unavailable app from your app launcher gallery, click the x on the app. If you believe you should have access to an app that is no longer available in your app launcher gallery, contact a default administrator in your organization.
If you are a default administrator, when one or more added apps are no longer available or the app URL has changed, a message appears indicating that some apps need your attention. Click Settings on the message to restore or modify the availability of apps in the app launcher.
Apps for the field
Apps for the field improve coordination and operational efficiencies, reducing or replacing your reliance on paper. Use their focused workflows for your day-to-day tasks such as collecting data, navigating routes, and managing workers. These apps run everywhere—on desktops, the web, smartphones, and tablets—so you can be productive no matter where you are or what device you're using. With apps for the field, everyone in the field and the office can use the same authoritative data.
Apps for the field include the following:
- With Collector for ArcGIS, you can accurately capture new data and update existing features in the field, even disconnected, and integrate seamlessly into ArcGIS.
- Use Navigator for ArcGIS to get your mobile workers where they need to be, using provided maps, your own data, or both, while disconnected.
- Everyone in your organization can use Explorer for ArcGIS to access their maps everywhere they go, anytime they need them, even disconnected.
- Workforce for ArcGIS allows you to achieve better coordination in your field workforce by giving assignments and integrating with other apps to navigate to the assignments and collect data.
- Survey123 for ArcGIS is a simple and intuitive formcentric data-gathering solution for creating and analyzing surveys in three steps.
Apps for the office
View, analyze, create, and share maps and location information. ArcGIS apps for the office work for marketing, operations, strategy, sales, leadership, IT, GIS, and more. With these apps, you can analyze data from different perspectives, including location, to make smarter decisions.
Apps for the office include the following:
- Use Map Viewer to perform analysis and create maps that you can share through apps and websites.
- View, create, and share 3D scenes in a browser with Scene Viewer.
- Use ArcGIS Pro to create 2D and 3D maps.
- Use ArcGIS Earth to display 3D and 2D map data, including KML, and sketch placemarks to understand spatial information.
- ArcGIS Maps for Power BI offers Microsoft Power BI users enhanced mapping capabilities, demographic data, and map visualizations.
- Add mapping capabilities to Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint with ArcGIS Maps for Office.
- Use ArcGIS Business Analyst to analyze the data in your business.
- Get mapping capabilities in a web-based framework using ArcGIS Community Analyst.
- GeoPlanner for ArcGIS allows you to collaborate with your ArcGIS Online organization on land-based planning and designs.
- Add mapping capabilities to Microsoft SharePoint with ArcGIS Maps for SharePoint.
- Create, edit, and share 3D building models and urban environments with Esri CityEngine.
- Drone2Map for ArcGIS streamlines the creation of professional imagery products from drone-captured imagery for visualization and analysis in ArcGIS.
- ArcGIS Maps for Adobe Creative Cloud allows you access to maps from within the Adobe design apps.
- Perform iterative and exploratory data analysis with Insights for ArcGIS.
Apps for the community
Use configurable apps and open data portals to share vital information and bring your content to life.
Apps for the community include the following:
Create modern, responsive web apps with the following ArcGIS app builders:
- Create your own native, cross-platform apps with AppStudio for ArcGIS.
- Use Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS to create apps from ready-to-use widgets and configurable themes.
- Choose from a comprehensive set of configurable apps to create your own focused web apps.
- Use Esri Story Maps to create story-based apps that inform and inspire your audience.
- Use Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS to create dynamic dashboards to monitor people, services, assets, and events.