There’s a long list of files that can be viewed in BIM 360, but it doesn’t include everything. How do you know which ones can be viewed and which can’t. This video will give you a quick an easy way to figure that out.
You’ve provided some information on a project and you want to make sure that one of your team members has looked at it. Might seem kind of sneaky, but how do you do that? It’s really easy: watch the video to learn how.
Oops! Something went wrong with your current file and you need to go back in time to try again. That’s easy to do with BIM 360 Docs. Just click on the version number:
That will open a window that will list out all of the previous versions. For any version you choose you can make it current, download it, or copy it to another location.
Check out the video to see how it’s done:
So you’ve set up a folder in BIM 360 Docs where you’d like your client to upload files. Wouldn’t it be great if you got an email as soon as they uploaded something? Yes it would! And you can make that happen by simply subscribing to that folder. Check out the video to see how’ it’s done.
Have you noticed that when you add a user to a project that you can specify a company and a role? This isn’t just busy work, the role and company properties serve a purpose. You can save yourself lots of time, now and in the future, by adding users to folders using roles and companies, instead of as individuals. Check out the video to learn more.
So you’ve created a new project, invited a few members, and nobody can see any folders. What’s the deal? Well, just adding someone to the project doesn’t give them access to any of the project data. To do that you need to add them to one or more folders using the Permissions function.
Want more details? Watch the video below to learn more.