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Add Data from ArcGIS Online to ArcGIS Pro

In this tutorial, we’ll add data from ArcGIS Online, ArcGIS Living Atlas, and Geodatabase in ArcGIS Pro.

Tutorial requirements:

  • ArcGIS Pro Basic
  • ArcGIS Online or ArcGIS Enterprise portal connection

1. Start ArcGIS Pro.

2. Click Open another project.

3. On the Open Project dialog box, under Portal Portal, click ArcGIS Online ArcGIS Online.

4. At the top of the dialog box, in the Search box, type Add data to a project and press the Enter key.

5. In the list of search results, click Add data to a project to select the project package.

6. Click OK button.

Add Data from ArcGIS Online

1. On the Map tab, in the Layer group, click Add Data Add Data and click Data Add Data.

2. Add Data window open, under Portal, click All Portal. In the Search Portal box, type your required data (ex. California owner). All the has listed, select (California Jurisdictional Dams) and Ok.

add data from ArcGIS online in ArcGIS pro

Add Data from ArcGIS Living Atlas

Access to the ArcGIS Living Atlas content you have a ArcGIS Online account.

1. On the Ribbon, click the View tab, in the Windows group, click Reset Panes Reset Panes and click Reset Panes for Mapping.

2. In the Catalog pane, click the Portal tab.

3. Under the Portal tab are six tabs you can use to add portal items.

4. You choose Living Atlas, Click the Living Atlas tab Living Atlas.

5. Next to the search box, click Filter Filter.

6. Expand Categories, choose Environment, then click Elevation and bathymetry.

Living Atlas data categories

7. Click Close, to close this tab.

8. In the search box, type Terrain: Elevation Tinted Hillshade and press the Enter key.

Terrain: Elevation Tinted Hillshade

8. Right click the Terrain: Elevation Tinted Hillshade layer and click Add To Current Map Add To Current Map.

Add Data from Geodatabase

Add data from a default geodatabase(.gdb) in ArcGIS Pro.

1. In the Catalog pane, click the Project tab, browse to Databases > Add_data_to_a_project.gdb.

Add data from a geodatabase in arcgis pro

2. Right click Suburbs and click Add To Current Map Add To Current Map.

3. In the Contents pane, drag the Suburbs layer under the Reference layer.

4. Right click the Suburbs layer and click Zoom To Layer Zoom To Layer.

5. Click Symbology Symbology, in the Symbology pane, click the symbol for the layer.

6. In the Symbology pane, under Format Polygon Symbol, click the Properties tab.

7. On the Symbol tab Symbol, under Appearance, click the Color drop-down arrow and choose Color.

Add Data from Local Folder

Follow these steps to add a data from your local folder:

1. On the Map tab, in the Layer group, click Add Data Add Data and click Data Add Data.

2.Another option is to add the data. In the Catalog pane, browse to Folders > Add_data_to_a_project > commondata > userdata, and choose your data.

Add data from a folder

3. On the Add Data dialog box appears, browse to a your local folder, and select your project data.

4. Click OK to add data.