This video explains how you can show your SmarterWX projects, exclusion zones, opportunities and conflicts on an external web map. Connecting your web map up to SmarterWX allows you to see the data in your own organisation’s web mapping environment.
This video explains how you can add an Avatar (picture logo) for your Organisation or your User so that it will be shown in the search results in place of your initials. Adding avatars makes your data stand out.
This video explains how to use Areas of Interest to receive notifications whenever projects or exclusion zones are created, updated or deleted in your selected region.
There is a collection of How To videos hosted on YouTube. You can access the playlist by clicking here.
This video explains how to add spatial data layers from your GIS on to the SmarterWX map. Using this feature you can display the SmarterWX data alongside your own internal reference layers.
SmarterWX allows you to display data in external GIS applications that support the GeoServices REST Specification, such as ArcGIS Online or ArcGIS Pro. The SmarterWX GIS API is expected to be called by an application that understands how to work with token-based security with GeoServices REST services. The explanation below is of a technical nature and is intended […]
Release Notes Overall purpose Release 1.2 contains new functionality, minor bug fixes and performance improvements. New functionality Release 1.2 has introduced a number of exciting new features to SmarterWX. The following list is far from exhaustive but includes information on some of the more significant features. Custom default view – Save a search favourite and mark is as […]
You can configure SmarterWX to use your organisation’s own identity provider for single sign-on. SmarterWX can be configured to work with a SAML 2.0 compliant identify provider such as Microsoft Active Directory Federation Server (ADFS). When your users attempt to sign-on to SmarterWX they will be redirected to your organisation’s identity provider where they will be authenticated. […]
SmarterWX allows you to use your Active Directory Federation Server (ADFS) for authenticating and authorising your users. This topic describes the configuration required on the ADFS side of things. Details of setting up integration between SmarterWX and a SAML 2.0 identity provider can be found in the Using Third-Party Authentication Providers help topic. The screenshots and details […]
Emails are important in SmarterWX. Emails are used to notify users when new opportunities are found and for sending instant messages between users. If SmarterWX encounters a problem delivering an email (such as the recipient email address no longer exists), emails will stop being sent to this address until the user or an administrator rectifies the […]