The June 2020 release of ArcGIS Dashboards includes bug fixes and improvements to stability and security. ArcGIS Dashboards is continually being improved, with new features, improved speed, and better usability. As features are progressively added, highlights will be listed here.
ArcGIS Dashboards Beta was released earlier this year. The beta release has much of the same functionality as ArcGIS Dashboards but also contains new features and an enhanced user experience, including support for Arcade in dashboard elements, new statistic types, additional data source support, and more. For a complete list of the new features in ArcGIS Dashboards Beta, see the latest What's new in the ArcGIS Dashboards Beta post on GeoNet .
The March 2020 release of ArcGIS Dashboards included bug fixes and improvements to stability and security. Best practices for authoring and sharing dashboards that will receive a lot of traffic and viewership were also made available. Building highly scalable dashboards ensures that the traffic generated by a dashboard scales effectively in high-demand situations.
June - December 2019
The June to December releases of ArcGIS Dashboards included bug fixes and improvements to stability and security.
- Three new languages are now supported: Ukrainian, Arabic, and Hebrew. If your locale is set to one of these languages, dashboards will honor this setting.
- Category Selectors, when configured to allow multiple selections, can now include a None option. This allows users to quickly deselect many items at once.
- More formatting options are now available when elements show No Data or No Value.
- New icons are available for indicator and header elements.
To see what was added in previous releases, see Previous releases.