Features

Share CAD files and get connected

Share AutoCAD® files more easily and efficiently. Synchronize files and custom settings, import models, and share your work using design-feed social collaboration.  

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    Connectivity

  • Design feed

    Use the design feed on an intranet, Internet, or cloud connection. The design and the conversation happen in the same place, but when it's time to send your final drawing, you have a choice. You can keep the comments intact, or strip them using built-in tools in the eTransmit and File Save workflows.

  • Connected design solutions

    Integrate your AutoCAD workflow across connected desktop, cloud, and mobile solutions. Open and edit AutoCAD designs in AutoCAD LT drafting software. View, create, edit, and share AutoCAD drawings on a mobile device or web browser via the AutoCAD 360 mobile and web app. AutoCAD 360 supports iOS and Android devices and works with any Internet-connected computer.

  • TrustedDWG™ technology

    Confidently share CAD files with TrustedDWG technology: It helps ensure that all the elements in your drawings, and the relationship between those elements, are maintained. All AutoCAD products use this technology to store and share design and documentation files.

  • Cloud Service

    A360 connectivity

    Use Autodesk cloud-based services to synchronize your files and custom settings. Sync drawings with your online account directly from within AutoCAD software.

  • Inventor file import

    Save time by importing models from Inventor 3D CAD software directly into the AutoCAD model space environment.

  • Social media sharing

    Share media using built-in connections for Facebook and Twitter.

  • PDF support

    Share and reuse CAD files easily with PDF support within AutoCAD software.

  • AutoCAD 360 app

    Stay connected to your designs with the AutoCAD 360 web and mobile app for AutoCAD software.

  • Materials library

    AutoCAD software includes hundreds of visually rich, predefined surface materials. Select and edit them with the Materials Browser and Editor.