Suppose a user initiates a central file and then creates a local copy, is it possible to recover the file if the files were deleted from the server and the local Revit file was also deleted (but the backup folder still exists)?
BIM 360 Docs
AutoCAD (DWG) and Design Review (DWF or DWFX) files can now be linked directly in to a Revit file from the files that are automatically synchronized from the cloud onto the desktop through the Autodesk Desktop Connector. This is great as one no longer must download the files to be linked onto one’s hard drive each time someone else updates the file. Also, the mark-up file (Design Review file) can now be stored in one location for management purposes, and this file can be linked into multiple users files at the same time. When the user synchronises the file (only one may do so at a time).
As a technical consultant and trusted adviser, I often have put myself in the shoes of my clients. It is no good dreaming of an ideal world and then expecting reality to suddenly change. There are real pressures and constraints that impact clients, and ignoring these can be detrimental to a client rather than adding value. […]
The first step in creating a title block is to define the attributes that need to be extracted through Object Character Recognition (OCR). It is currently not possible to reorder attributes in the BIM 360 interface, so if it is important that you see attributes displayed in a certain order, please define them in sequence. […]
Autodesk BIM 360 Docs Titleblock Creation Some very welcome news was shared by Joan Allen in the latest Autodesk BIM 360 Docs release notes! The changes address some of my frustrations encountered when first using Autodesk BIM 360 Docs. One is now able to specify a new template for documents within BIM 360 Docs. This […]