With large datasets, how do you keep track of where you have edited across the map? For instance, I am editing a city's waterline and water valve data. I estimate using a 1:400 average zoom level. This is a large city, and I can quickly lose track of where I have edited, especially after days of working on it.
I'm using ArcMap 10.2 Basic with a file geodatabase. Is there a function to track the location and extent of where my window has been? Or is there a better way to track changes/edited location?
If not, I might write script to make an initial polygon, or draw a feature, based on the current window extents, and then merge new extents to it as I pan across the map. Perhaps stop it from drawing if zoom is beyond 1:1000.
What do you think?