Thank you for your question. Yes, the Cadasta Tools can capture altitude in a three-dimensional feature layer. While not a default setting found in all surveys, the z-value can be enabled by inputing esriFieldTypePointZ into the bind::esri:fieldType field in the Surveys tab. You may want to… Read More »Three-dimension points that can collected on Survey123
You can export the data stored inside the feature layer to an excel file by going through the following steps: Access the feature layer that you to export data of in ArcGIS online. You need to use your ArcGIS Online… Read More »Can I export my data in an Excel file?
Values for geo type questions (geopoint, geoshape, geotrace) are stored in the SHAPE column of your surveys feature layer. The ArcGIS geodatabase model only allows for one single SHAPE (geometry) column per feature layer, so this restricts the number of… Read More »Can I capture both points and polygon features using one single Survey 123 form?
The sum of repeats is calculated using the sum() function outside the repeat section. Follow the steps below to calculate the sum of repeats in ArcGIS Survey123: Open ArcGIS Survey123 Connect and create a survey using an Advanced template. Click… Read More »How can I calculate the sum of the features that are inside the repeat function in survey 123?
Esri’s Operation Dashboards do not use templates per se. However, there are examples that can be found here. You will want to open one of these examples and Save As, effectively using the example as a base for your own dashboard.
Hi, Sadie. Thank you for your question. Yes, you can use your Cadasta Platform data in ArcGIS Pro. Sign-in to Pro using your Cadasta Platform username and password Create or Open a Project Navigate to the Catalog Pane Select Portal… Read More »The GIS team at my org uses Pro. Can we connect to our online content?