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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing When 8850 Form Workforce

Instructions and Help about When 8850 Form Workforce

Welcome to the introduction to workforce for our GES. I'm Toby from the ESRI Australia solutions team, and I'm going to show you how workforce for our GES is used to assign tasks to workers in the field and report jobs done back to the office. Workforce is one of the many applications available in the ArcGIS platform. The apps in this diagram, and many more not shown here, are interconnected so you can access data created in one app in another. Each application provides a different user experience, allowing you to share your workforce data with executives, analysts, field workers, and even the public. This ensures that users with different experience and skills are able to understand your data and use it to make decisions. These apps can be split into three categories: apps for the field, apps for the office, and apps for the public. Workforce is administered in the office and used in the field, and can connect to public apps that are used to collect or share datasets. Today, we're going to look at a hydrant inspection case study which uses a workforce desktop and mobile applications, as well as navigator, collector, survey 1-2-3, and operations dashboard. All of these applications are connected through our organizational ArcGIS online account. I can sign into workforce straight from the website using my ArcGIS online credentials. The first page we see is the project dashboard. Here, I can see projects that I have created or that have been shared with me by the team. I'll click on the hydrant project that my colleague is administering to open it up. In this demo, I'm going to use a fire hydrant example to show you how to assign a job using workforce, how to respond to the request as a field worker, and how to monitor...