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  • BIM 360 Design Collaboration Update – September 2, 2020

    Custom Shared Folder

    We are listing to our customers and pleased to announce Customer Shared Folder in Design Collaboration. This new enhancement of Design Collaboration is a highly requested feature and enables project administrator to define a custom shared folder as part of the Design Collaboration set-up process. Design Collaboration features and workflows supports the customer shared folder.

  • BIM 360 Design Collaboration Update – July 1, 2020

    Team Theming

    We are pleased to announce a new feature Team Theming in Design Collaboration which allows users to theme/color code the Teams in Project Model View.

    Introducing Team Theming, an easy and instant way to differentiate between models from various teams, when viewing the Project Model.

    The Project Model is a fundamental feature in Design Collaboration which allows the ad hoc aggregation of team’s models into one view.

  • BIM 360 Design Collaboration Update – January 28, 2020

    New year, new update for BIM 360 Design Collaboration users! We are pleased to announce that Design Collaboration users can now view and manage supporting documents in the package creation and curation process.

    With this enhancement, users can now add most* file formats that are currently supported by BIM 360 Document Management to a package in BIM 360 Design Collaboration.

  • BIM 360 Design Collaboration Update – December 9, 2019

    We are pleased to announce IFC file support in Design Collaboration. With this enhancement, we have expanded the use of Design Collaboration to make it more accessible for companies using IFC file formatted supported tools and workflows; to facilitate interoperability in the architecture, engineering and construction industry.

    You will be able to share,

  • BIM 360 Design Collaboration – August 28, 2019

    I am pleased to announce the latest set of updates to BIM 360 Design Collaboration.

    We thank you all for your comments and feedback and hope these enhancements will help you and your teams when using Design Collaboration. All the enhancements will be live as of today, please try them out,

  • BIM 360 Design Collaboration Update – Jan 15, 2019

    Hi all,

    We are pleased to announce the release of some more new features and enhancements to BIM 360 Design Collaboration which went live today.

    The improvements include:

    • View, create and edit Issues
    • Change the color of team’s package nodes on the timeline
    • Understand package actions in the activity log


  • BIM 360 Design Collaboration Update – Dec 12, 2018

    We are pleased to announce another release of some great new features and enhancements to BIM 360 Design Collaboration.

    These include:

    • Add Packages to Document sets in Document Management to enable downstream workflows
    • Additional permission level ‘Control’ for team administration
    • Manage Master Model: Select the master model to use for levels and phases.
  • BIM 360 Design trial is now LIVE

    We are pleased to announce that the 30-day free BIM 360 Design trial is now LIVE! Many people asked for that over the last couple of months, and now we are ready to rock. If you are interested to try BIM 360 Design, sign up here.

  • BIM 360 Design Collaboration Update – Sept 4, 2018 – Hypermodel navigation

    Nov. 1st: Update on the Drop Me tool – Rename to ‘Place Me’ and fully available again for newly published models

    Here’s quick update: we decided to tweak terminology a bit, and now use ‘Place Me’ for what used to be the the Drop Me tool. The functionality is the same of course and is fully available again after we temporarily turned off processing data for the tool for all newly published models end of September. 

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