In addition to displaying data in these formats you can also create sketches including points, lines, and polygons and add labels to these features. You can also measure features in 3D, search for addresses and known locations, print maps, and email views. Touch navigation is also possible if you have a touch screen Windows device. Rather than using mouse for navigation you can just use your fingers to zoom in and out, pan, rotate the view, and adjust the camera angle. And this is all in version 1.0 of ArcGIS Earth. In future releases you can expect to see additional functionality including map tours, offline use, timesliders, support for WMS, and much more! In this half day class you’ll learn how to put ArcGIS Earth as a new tool in your GIS toolbox.