A360 Desktop Sync Retiring

Jason Porter

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Beginning June 19, 2018, Autodesk will be retiring the A360 Desktop application in order to focus on more modern collaboration tools that better meet customers’ needs.

Hunting the Elusive BIM 360 Trial Hub...

Matt Dillon

Architecture and Engineering, All, BIM 360, BIM360, Construction, Create a New Hub, A360, Account, BIM 360 Team, Hub Leave a comment

The process to create a new BIM 360 Team hub and associate it with a subscription account is not difficult, but it is not well-documented. At least, the first step - creating a valid trial hub that…

Revised Whitepaper - A360 Collaboration for Revit

Matt Dillon

Architecture and Engineering, All, Revit, BIM 360, Construction, A360, Collaboration Leave a comment

We have recently revised our A360 Collaboration for Revit and BIM 360 Team white paper to include some late-breaking details in the set up and operation of A360 Collaboration for Revit and BIM 360…

Autodesk A360 Collaboration for Revit White Paper

Matt Dillon

Architecture and Engineering, All, Construction, A360 Leave a comment

Autodesk A360 Collaboration for Revit was released in January of 2015, and since then has seen a steadily increasing rate of adoption among users who need to host a Revit Central File in the cloud in…

Fusion 360 - Copying, Moving, and Archiving

Dave Morse

All, A360 Move Design File, Construction, Fusion 360 Move Design File, A360, A360 Copy Design File, Design, Fusion 360, Fusion 360 Archive Design File, Fusion 360 Copy Design File Leave a comment

A360 keeps all of the file versions of your Fusion 360 designs, allowing you to recall or promote older versions to be the current working version. Did you know that you could save archive files to…

The A360 File Viewer, Hot or Not?

Dave Morse

Architecture and Engineering, All, Revit, Tag, Construction, A360, Inventor Leave a comment

Autodesk has released the A360 File Viewer, and at first I thought it was hot. I quickly jumped onto the site to test it out.  It currently accepts over 50 file formats, including AutoCAD, Revit and…

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