This presentation focuses on proxy products that introduce the future capabilities of the Advanced Baseline Imager (ABI) and the Geostationary Lightning Mapper (GLM) on GOES-R as well as the current capabilities of the available on S-NPP and other polar-orbiting satellites. Multispectral imagery allows forecasters to better analyze phenomena like Saharan dust interaction with tropical cyclones and stratospheric intrusions in the vicinity of strong extratropical cyclones. GOES-14 has provided the unique opportunity to evaluate the operational utility of 1-min super rapid scan imagery. Forecasters can integrate other products with the high resolution imagery for situational awareness at refresh rates that are faster than radar. A GLD360 lightning density product was developed through coordination between OPC, the Cooperative Institute for Climate and Satellites (CICS), and NESDIS/STAR, in coordination with the Pseudo-Geostationary Lightning Mapper (PGLM) product developed by NASA SPoRT. The GLD360 product is available for 2-min, 5-min, 15-min, and 30-min intervals and helps forecasters to better quantify the intensity of cloud-to-ground lightning activity at the GLM 8 km resolution. Additional products such as the Fog and Low Stratus, GOES-R Convective Initiation (CI), CIRA Layered Precipitable Water, and Nearcast are becoming more integrated in the forecaster's toolbox. Our presentation will provide animations and feedback on particular events to illustrate product uses and lessons learned.