July 28, 2015 Leave a comment
Autodesk’s A360 Collaboration for Revit is one of the easiest ways to collaborate on Revit models in multiple locations, and requires far less IT involvement and overhead than alternatives.
However, there are still some critical elements for setting up your A360 Collaboration for Revit properly, and for handling your models on an ongoing basis. Please note these aspects may change over time, so we will update this blog post as appropriate.
This blog post is intended to complement Autodesk’s existing guide for getting started with A360, which can be found here: How to Get Started With A360 C4R