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BIM 360 Design Collaboration Update – Team Content Folders – July 2021

July 27, 2021

We are pleased to announce the new Team content folders capability in Design Collaboration.

The Team content folders feature provides more control for design teams, enabling them to define the folders in their team space that contain the relevant design models and content for collaboration workflows.

This feature also reduces the number of files which need to be processed and will increase the performance of Design Collaboration.


During Team setup, project administrators create a team folder to hold all models, sheets and supporting documents relevant to that team. Previously, once the team folder was created, all the content in the parent folder and its subfolders would be included in the Team Space automatically. This could include models and documents which are relevant for project work (deliverables, conceptual work, transmittals) but are not design related.

In large scale projects with complex folder structures and many files which are not relevant for the collaboration process, this could cause performance issues. It also meant design team members may have to search through numerous files to find the one relevant to them to share or view

The new Team content folders feature gives teams more control over the files they work with, by allowing project administrators to specify which of the subfolders content should be included from. This means that any sub-team folder which contains models and supported documents which are not relevant can be excluded from the team space in Design Collaboration, but still be stored in the team folder in Document Management, enabling use of the team folder as a true CDE.

For more information, see the Online help – Manage Teams

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Marco Ramolla is a Senior Product Manager in Autodesk Construction Solutions leading the collaboration group workflows across Autodesk Construction Cloud and Desktop products. Marco joined Autodesk by an acquisition 2005 and has been large customer experience from more than 12 years in Autodesk Consulting. Marco drives the vision to establish a seamless issue management process between Design Review, Coordination and Design Authoring with closing the loop between Autodesk Construction Cloud Design Review & Coordination Process and Desktop-based Revit Model Design Authoring Process. In addition, he is managing the Design Collaboration product, with the vision to build streamline collaboration and project delivery on BIM data between project teams.