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The back of map, chart, and table cards includes important information about the data on the card and functionality to export the data from the card.

To view the back of a card, click the Flip card button Flip card on the card toolbar.

Card info

The Card info tab Card info is available on the back of all map, chart, and table cards and provides valuable information about your card. All card types include a Description section and a Statistics section.

The description is used to provide a summary of the analysis on the card, reference the data source, or provide any other information that is useful to page viewers. If a description is provided, it will be available to viewers when the page is shared. Otherwise, the Description section will not be visible on the shared page.

The statistics vary depending on the card type but can include information such as count of features, mean value, and the date or time the data on the card was last refreshed.

Map cards also include an Attribution section, which sites the source of data for the basemap used on the card.

Export data


Exporting data from a card is currently supported for tables and most charts. Maps, link charts, time series graphs, and combo charts created with two datasets do not support exporting data.

The data on a card can be exported as a comma-separated values (CSV) file from the Export data tab Export data using the CSV button.

The exported dataset includes the fields used on the card. You can also use the preview on the Export data tab to determine which fields will be included in the exported data. For charts that display aggregated data (for example, sum of values), the data will be exported in its aggregated form.

Allow viewers to export data

You can allow viewers to export the data from cards on a shared page or a shared workbook using the Enable viewers to export as parameter. When a page is shared, export is enabled for all cards on the page that support exporting data. When a workbook is shared, export is enabled for all cards in the workbook that support exporting data.

Viewers can export data using the Export data tab on the back of a card. If export is not enabled when the page or workbook is shared, the Export data tab is not visible to viewers.


Downloads may be blocked for applications or websites displaying embedded pages (for example, pages embedded in ArcGIS StoryMaps). For pages embedded in a story, the viewer must open the live content in a new tab, then export the data.

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  1. Card info
  2. Export data