The November product update is here at last. Based on your feedback, we’ve made tons of usability improvements, better collaboration experience, sketching enhancements and fixes, as well as implemented a brand new Animation workspace. For a more detailed list of what’s new, check out Kevin’s post as well as our what’s new page. Go ahead – restart Fusion 360 and enjoy this new update!
It’s Here! This update marks our 12th product update and it is definitely an exciting one. Driven by your feedback, we’ve revamped the data sharing and collaboration experience, made learning more integrated, improved graphic and modeling performance in a variety of places, and enhanced usability of the software as a whole. Click through for a top new features recap and a complete list of what’s included this update.
September is almost here and the team is working round the clock to deliver the next update. We are excited that this update will take a step further in our journey of enabling customers to build great products and to bring teams together with an integrated form, function and fabrication experience. This would not have been possible without your continual feedback from direct conversations, forums, and the IdeaStation. Thank you for all your ideas and please keep the conversation going. Now let’s take a look at what’s coming.
With our next product update right around the corner, we want to give you a preview of the new and improved data management experience we’ve been working on for Fusion 360. Click through to watch the video and see how your feedback has impacted how we redesigned data and collaboration within the software.
One of our favorite things to do while working on the Fusion 360 team is to meet our customers and see how they’re using our software. This past week, Curt, Timera and I had the pleasure to meet Jeff Hooper, owner of Backhand Bikes, and were thrilled to hear his story and how he’s embracing Fusion 360 to fabricate all of his unique BMX bike parts. Oh yeah, he’s also really good at BMX too. Click through to watch the video.