Internal volumes can be complicated and change drastically with design changes. Watch this quick tip…
QUICK TIP: Move and Copy Designs
One of the great things the cloud does for you –other than giving you INFINITE POWER to solve and render– is it enables some amazing collaborations capabilities…but how many times have you heard that already!? I’ve personally said it about 5 times today, and it’s not even lunch time! So instead of constantly telling you about how amazing it is, let’s spend a little time talking about one of the drawbacks.
One of the drawbacks, is that after 25+ years of accessing data locally through directories and files, we’re having you do it in a different way. Needless to say, that change has caused some confusion for Fusion 360 users young and old. As that’s the case, I wanted to focus todays QUICK TIP on something we all need to do from a data management standpoint: move and copy designs. I can’t tell you how many times I accidentally save a file in the wrong place due to the constant rush I find myself in…
Anyway, watch the QUICK TIP below to gain a better understanding of how to do this:
Now with that under your belt, let’s talk about something that might make your newfound knowledge totally useless. Hahah, it’s a good thing, trust me! Soon you’ll be able to access you Fusion 360 data in a more classic setting due to what we’re calling “desktop connect“. Awesome, right!?
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