If you want to add the record for an individual geocoding result to a feature class that contains geocoded features, you can do so using ArcGIS Pro.
- Click the Locate button on the Map tab to open the Locate pane.
- Type the address you want to geocode and add to your feature class in the search box in the Locate pane, and press Enter. The Locate pane populates with the results of your search.
- Right-click the candidate in the Locate pane that you want to add to your feature class, and select Add To Feature Class from the drop-down menu.
The Add to Feature Class pop-up appears.
- If you want to add your geocoded result to an existing feature class, select the layer from the pop-up and click OK. The point will be added with matching symbology to the layer you select. If you want to create a feature class and add the geocoded result there, click Create new feature class, and click OK. In this case, symbology will be generated automatically and can be changed afterward.
An Edit session is started automatically, and the point is added to your feature class.
- Make sure you save your edits before quitting the application by clicking Save on the Edit tab of the ribbon.
You can add a single geocoded result to an existing point feature class, or you can dynamically create a feature class to which a geocoded point can be added.
You can add as many single points as you would like to feature classes in this way.
Any locators you add to your project, including the default World Geocoding Service, are used to geocode single addresses in the Locate pane, and you can select a candidate from any of them.
Saving a geocoded result that was returned from the World Geocoding Service consumes credits.