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BIM 360 Administration Update – December 2017

Sijie Zhang
December 31, 2017

Simplified Access to BIM 360

To make it easier for your project admins to access BIM 360, we have simplified the email notification process. Now when you add project admins from either the Services page or Project Members page, if they are an existing BIM 360 member, they will not have to accept an email invitation. They will receive an email notification, but no action is required. This simplified access for existing BIM 360 users has been available from the Unified Project Administration area that was released in November and now applies to all Project Admin and Project Member invitations.

Project Members page enhancements

On the Project Members page, now you can hide and show the right filter panel to see more details for each user. To hide or show the panel, click Filter as shown here.

Recent Project Member page enhancements include project member photos and tooltips to identify modules and access levels.

Other enhancements

Account Administration now supports French as a project language for BIM 360 Field.

European account administration URLs are now consistent with the unified next generation format: admin.b360.eu.autodesk.com. Existing URLs will automatically redirect to the new URL.

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Sijie Zhang

Sijie is a Product Manager for BIM 360 HQ/Administration at Autodesk. Before joining Autodesk, Sijie worked as a Research Engineer, Technical Safety Engineer, and R&D Program Manager at Chevron, where she worked with multiple stakeholders and developed and deployed technology initiatives. She led research and development projects for advanced visualization for construction and automated design review to support major capital project designs and executions. Sijie received her PhD in Civil Engineering from Georgia Tech in 2014 and her research area includes BIM, VDC, Construction Safety, Rule-Checking, and Semantic Data Modeling.

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