In this class, we'll teach you several ways to easily share your files using tools like AutoCAD software and the cloud. We'll take a close look at the cloud feature Share Design View inside of AutoCAD, and show how you can quickly and easily share files with others for quick collaboration. We'll also take a look at A360 FREE and how you can use it to quickly view and share more than 50 different file types. This is a little-known online viewer with some very powerful features. We'll take a look at A360 Drive and how you can use it for a more permanent form of collaboration with both co-workers and clients. We'll also look at team-based cloud products like BIM 360 Team and Fusion Team (formerly A360 Team). We'll explain the differences between these cloud products, and help you better understand which will work best for you. At the end of this class, you'll have a better understanding of what the different Autodesk cloud products are and when to use them.
- Take a look at “Share and Design View” inside AutoCAD, and Learn how to best use it for simple sharing
- Take a look at A360 free online cloud viewer and learn how to take full advantage of this awesome well-kept secret
- Take a look at A360 Drive and what the difference is between the free online viewer and A360 Drive
- Take a look at the Autodesk Team products, including BIM 360 Team and Fusion Team, and discover why you would want to choose these over the free viewer and A360 Drive
Bud Schroeder is a senior customer success engineer for Autodesk Inc., and has been at Autodesk since 1997. Before joining Autodesk Bud was a CAD manger / IT manager for a power utility in Northern California. Bud started out on drafting boards and then moved to AutoCAD software with version 2.6. Some of the features that Bud has worked on at Autodesk include Install, Network Deployment Wizard, Migration, and Customization. Bud is very active on the Autodesk feedback portals, where he works closely with A360 customers. Bud also runs the A360 mobile beta programs, and before that he was very active in the AutoCAD software beta programs.