You need the following account and license types to use this workflow:
You can apply clustering while working with maps in ArcGIS for Microsoft 365. Clustering is an ArcGIS for Microsoft 365 function that places point features that are within a certain distance of one another into a single symbol.
See Clustering to learn about clustering data points.
To enable clustering on a layer, complete the following steps:
- In the Layers list, click Layer options on a data layer.
- Click Clustering .
The Clustering pane appears.
- Turn on the Enable clustering toggle button.
The features on the map appear in clusters with the default configuration options.
- Turn off the Enable clustering toggle button to turn clustering off.
The features on the map appear as individual features.
To configure clustering, complete the following steps:
- Ensure that clustering is enabled for the layer you want to modify.
Once clustering is enabled, configuration options in the Clustering pane become active.
- To change the distance at which points are grouped in a cluster, move the Cluster radius slider to the left for a low radius size or to the right for a high radius size.
- To change the color of the text on the color symbols, choose a color from the Cluster text color options.
For more color options, click Edit and use the color selector. You can also specify a custom color using an RGB or hexadecimal value.
The map automatically updates to reflect the new color settings.
- Click Close or Back to close the Clustering pane and display the map.