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Quickly find and reduce duplicate parts in your database using geometric searches that compare 3D shapes.
Manage and work with Revit files that are linked to Inventor assemblies and AnyCAD files.
Access all information related to your design through a dockable panel that includes tabs for uses, where used, bill of materials, and change orders.
Organize and manage your saved search queries in a structured way and define custom views.
Clean up unused files that are no longer relevant and avoid releasing them downstream.
Manage copy design rules centrally and copy property values from an original file to any user-defined property in a new file.
Customize change order email templates, including subject line and body in a central location for all users.
Apply purge control changes to historical data based on the lifecycle state definition.
Give access to folders, file properties, and ‘Uses/ Where Used’ tabs to certain users while preventing them from downloading files.
The Vault 2020 release marked the next step forward with an enhanced design experience for CAD users and the much anticipated duplicate search functionality.
Save time for engineers with a simplified user experience as well as more powerful design reuse capabilities.
Create a PDF on demand or at any lifecycle state and keep the PDF state and revision in sync with the original CAD drawing.
Include design documentation and hidden files in scheduled syncs for BIM 360 workflows as well as other new options.
Use category rules for your files to do category assignments based on file locations in Vault.
List all models within a project that are missing a drawing by searching the new "Has Drawing" property.
Easily navigate to your data leveraging the new folder view within the Open from Vault dialog in Inventor.
Avoid using duplicate parts in your designs with geometric search functionality and visibility through report dashboards.
Customer-requested enhancements in the 2019 release brought more data management efficiency for engineering teams and improved internal and external collaboration.
Open a design drawing from Vault with a single command as well as associated drawings not in the source file folder.
Search for component replacements from Vault when you’re designing in Inventor to reduce friction in your workflows.
Attach Vault-managed PDFs to AutoCAD drawings as well as check them into Vault automatically.
Collaborate on designs outside the firewall with customers, authorized suppliers, and contractors.
See whether primary, secondary, or design document file links need to be refreshed when viewing the Item Master.
Customize roles to control permissions to meet the unique needs of your business.
Assign permissions to run Autoloader for the Document Editor role.
Perform lifecycles transitions using Boolean "OR" and "NOT" in the value field.
In addition to other workflow improvements, Vault 2018 introduced the number one customer-requested feature, the ability to create PDF files during the release process.
Collaborate on a visual representation of your model or design online with others.
Automatically publish and manage 2D PDF files from CAD files as released documentation within the design process.
Securely share design data via Pack & Go to your personal Autodesk Drive for external collaborators connected to the cloud.
Identify and select components within the Vault component tree and locate items easily in large assemblies.
Right-click on an item in Inventor to locate the file in the Vault client.
Select multiple .dwg files when using Attach from Vault to attach external references.
Set target file properties to like properties of previous file revisions.
Manage aspects of Vault such as configuration or security settings without being a full administrator.
Display file properties to easily identify jobs within the Job Queue dialog and keep the dialog open while using other commands.