To sign in to ArcGIS Hub, go to hub.arcgis.com, click Sign In, and provide your ArcGIS Online (employee account) credentials.
You can also sign in using the following two options:
- Open your hub site in a browser window and click Sign In at the upper right corner of the primary (global) navigation bar.
If you have a community account, use this option to sign in. If you are using a browser with an installed ad blocker, you may not see the option to sign in with a social login (Facebook or Google credentials).
- Sign in to your organization's ArcGIS Online home page and click the app switcher next to your user profile. Then click ArcGIS Hub.
If you're signing in on a site, you'll know you're signing in to an ArcGIS Hub site if you see hub.argis.com or opendata.arcgis.com as a subdomain in the site's URL (for example, https://mysite-organization.hub.arcgis.com).
When you sign in to ArcGIS Hub on hub.arcgis.com, you land on the Hub Overview page, which is where you can view your recent content and get started with your workflows.
What you see on the Overview page depends on how your organization has licensed ArcGIS Hub and the privileges assigned to your user role. If you have the appropriate privileges and have access to ArcGIS Hub Premium, you can use the Initiatives card to create an initiative, browse the gallery, or manage existing templates. Community administrators can also access their hub's community organization from the Overview page.
Alternatively, if you have ArcGIS Hub Basic and the appropriate privileges assigned to your user role, you can create and manage sites and view all content that's shared with you. You can also access the ArcGIS Hub Basic templates by clicking Create on the Sites card and choosing Browse Templates.
Get an account
If you're a community member, get started by following the steps in Create a community account. Community administrators can add people to the community organization or invite people to join.
If you're an employee, you must be added or invited to the employee organization by an ArcGIS Online administrator.