How To: Edit field alias names displayed in ArcGIS Online web scene pop-ups
ArcGIS Online provides the ability to enable pop-ups in 3D web scenes, but there is no way to configure the pop-ups. For example, it is not possible to change the field alias name displayed in the pop-ups. However, ArcGIS Pro provides a method for editing the field alias name in the layer data source before creating a layer package and publishing it to ArcGIS Online as a hosted scene layer.
The instructions provided describe how to edit the field alias name displayed in the ArcGIS Online web scene pop-up.
In ArcGIS Pro, run the Alter Field tool to edit the field alias name of the multipatch layer table. Open the Geoprocessing pane by clicking the Analysis tab > Tools. In the Geoprocessing pane, click Toolboxes, and navigate to Data Management Tools > Fields > Alter Field.
The changes made directly in the attribute table to the field alias name are not reflected in the layer data source.
Select the table of the multipatch layer as the Input Table.
Select the field to edit in the Field Name parameter.
Type in a name for the New Field Name parameter. To retain the original field name, type in the original name of the field.
Type in the new field alias name to be displayed in the web scene pop-up in the New Field Alias parameter.
Create a scene layer package for the multipatch layer containing the edited field alias name. Refer to the following document for steps to create a scene layer package: Create a 3D object scene layer.
Upload the scene layer package created in Step 2 to ArcGIS Online using the Share Package tool. Navigate to Data Management Tools > Package > Share Package.
In the Geoprocessing pane, select the scene layer package created in Step 2 as the Input Package.
Type in a summary of the scene layer package in the Summary parameter.
Type in the tags for the scene layer package in the Tags parameter.
Check the checkbox for any group in the Groups section to share the scene layer package with other groups, if required.
Publish a hosted scene layer from the hosted scene layer package uploaded in Step 3.