Teams enable people to share and edit content as part of a site or initiative. Every site created with ArcGIS Hub Basic includes a core team. Initiatives created with ArcGIS Hub Premium include a core team and allow administrators and site/initiative managers to create supporting teams.
A core team is an ArcGIS Online group that is automatically enabled with the Shared Update capability. This means that any member of the group (people added to the core team), can edit items shared to the group.
By default, sites, pages, and initiatives are automatically shared with the core team group so that group members (core team members), can make edits to these items.
As a core team member, a person can do the following:
- Edit a site's layout and any pages attached to the site.
- Add pages to a site (either by creating a new page, using a page template, or selecting from a list of existing pages).
- Upload or select a piece of existing content to contribute something that they already have to the content library.
- Create new content for the site or the initiative.
- Update sharing controls on items that they own.
Core team members are also automatically added as members to the site's or initiative's Content group. The content group is not enabled with the update capability, so core team members can only add, edit, and remove their own items.
Initiative core team members are also automatically added to the initiative's followers group so that they can view a list of people who want to receive updates about the initiative and send messages to them.
A supporting team is an additional group added to an initiative that enables you to share content privately with a select group of people to view or edit the content shared with them, such as a web map or dashboard, without having full edit-access to your site or its official content.
For more information, see the Frequently asked questions for supporting teams.
Any member of your hub's employee organization (the ArcGIS Online subscription used to manage internal and authoritative data), can be added to a core team or supporting team. If your organization has licensed ArcGIS Hub Premium, anyone who has a community account can also be added to a core team. Community members are assigned a Publisher role by default.
If a site or an initiative is missing a core team, the person who originally created the site or initiative didn't have the administrative privilege to create groups with update capabilities or the core team group may have been deleted. Contact a hub administrator and request that they open your site or initiative in edit mode, click Teams in the second drop-down menu, and follow steps provided on the page to activate the core team. Alternatively, an administrator can assign the appropriate privileges to the person managing the site or initiative so that they can activate the core team on their own.