FAQ’s for Autodesk’s three new Cloud offerings: Autodesk Docs, Autodesk BIM Collaborate and Autodesk BIM Collaborate Pro

FAQ’s for Autodesk’s three new Cloud offerings: Autodesk Docs, Autodesk BIM Collaborate and Autodesk BIM Collaborate Pro

An overview of each new Autodesk Cloud offering: Autodesk Docs: Autodesk’s centralised document management solution on Autodesk Construction Cloud and included in the AEC Collection next year. Autodesk BIM Collaborate: Autodesk’s new offering for non-authoring team members will help project stakeholders to follow along with real-time design progress and annotate design clashes BIM 360 Design…

What’s New with BIM 360 Design Collaboration

Design Collaboration has delivered several recent updates that may have flown under the radar. Team Theming Custom Shared folder Team Model Coordination Administration Team Theming Team Theming allows users to assign a colour theme to Teams when using Project Model. This feature is very similar to using Worksharing Display Modes in Revit or the Appearance…

Working in isolation

Working in isolation

Photo by Larisa Birta on Unsplash Working in isolation As self-isolation quickly becomes a reality for many, the challenge of figuring out how you’ll continue to work might be daunting.  To help, we’ve put together some information for working remotely and attempted to present the least costly options – this is no time for a sales pitch.  This…

Autodesk Revit 2019.2 Update

Autodesk Revit 2019.2 Update

New features connecting data, cloud, and customer. Since the release of Revit 2019, Autodesk developers have put a lot of focus on suggestions from the Revit Ideas page. This is a platform where users can post ideas and features that they wish to see in Revit. Subsequently, with enough votes, it might be added to the…

Cloud Collaboration – Autodesk BIM 360 Platform

Cloud Collaboration: Out with the old in with the new If you currently work in the Building industry, you are bound to have heard the term BIM (Building Information Modelling) used often. Yet it seems that after more than 10 years since the term was first uttered, people are still confused as to the exact meaning…