The next-generation BIM 360 platform creates a more integrated solution for your cloud-work-shared projects. With the Design Collaboration workflow, project data and members are more unified throughout every stage of the project lifecycle, creating a more efficient process. So, before shaking up the office by switching to BIM 360 Design software, it’s best to understand what the next-generation BIM 360 platform is and how you can benefit from making the switch. In this session, we will explore the differences between Collaboration For Revit and BIM 360 Design, and we’ll look at how you can improve your team’s efficiency by switching to the BIM 360 platform. We will also go through workflows and methods to help make the transition from Collaboration For Revit to BIM 360 Design smoother for you and your firm.
- Recognize the differences between Collaboration For Revit and BIM 360 Design
- Learn how to set up projects in BIM 360 Docs
- Learn how to implement design collaboration to improve team efficiency
- Learn how to manage files in Desktop Connector to help keep information current