Tip #1 – Under the “Maps & Data Source” tab located on the far right of the tool bar you can access “Bing Maps” or “Google Maps”. Bing Maps will launch a new browser window with “bridseye view (isometric)”. Depending on your security settings you may get a prompt to “show all content”, accept to display map.
Google Maps will automatically launch “Google Street View” in a new tab for the location you are centered on in the active map. A blue arrow will display active location of street view in on the map.
Grab Google Street view tab and drag out of brower to create a new browser window. Tile two open windows on your screen and place side by side.
As you pan on Google Street View, your GIS map will update respective to your new location. The wide end of the blue arrow is the direction of orientation (or the direction you are looking respective to Google Street View)
Turn on the aerial image in the GIS viewer to get a more detailed look linked to Google Street View.