ArcGIS Pro provides numerous options for sharing your work with others.
Share web layers
You can share your maps or selected layers in a map as web layers. They are designed for map visualization, editing, and query.
Share web maps
With ArcGIS Pro, you can share your maps as web maps to your active portal. A web map is an interactive display of geographic information you can use to tell stories and answer questions. Web maps are composed of web layers. In ArcGIS Pro, you can author your map with existing web layers or with data layers that are shared as web layers when you share your web map. Web maps can be opened in ArcGIS Pro as well as in standard web browsers.
Share web scenes
With ArcGIS Pro, you can author and share web scenes to your active portal. Web scenes are interactive displays of geographic information, which are useful when you need to expose 3D data on the web for visualization and analysis.
Share web styles
From ArcGIS Pro, you can share a custom style as a web style to ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Enterprise to use in the web scene viewer symbol gallery. When sharing a style, only valid symbols are included in the web style. All other style items are disregarded.
A package is a compressed file containing GIS data. You share a package in the same way as any other file—via email, FTP, the cloud, thumb drives, and so on. You share them between colleagues in a workgroup, between departments in an organization, or with other users via ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Enterprise. The recipient of your package unpacks it and can immediately begin using its contents. Packages can also be used to archive your work.
Share web tools
Web tools allow you to share your analysis with others in your organization's portal. Data is stored and processing occurs on a server that is federated with your portal, which makes it possible for a number of client applications in the ArcGIS platform to run the analysis, even at the same time.
Sharing a locator allows users within your organization's portal to use the geocoding service in web applications, ArcGIS Desktop, ArcGIS Online, and other client applications.
Create new item files
You can create new files that store the item's definition, and in most cases, references to underlying datasets. You can create the following: