As some of our customers have found, setting up A360 Collaboration for Revit (“C4R”) involves a number of steps. So grab your coffee, a notepad, and get ready!
Purchase Your Licenses
There are two types of licenses that are useful for maintaining your C4R network. The first is a license for A360 Team, which gets you basic access to the Team Hub where your data is stored, and projects are managed. The second is a license for C4R, which adds the collaborative component to the A360 Team license.
Anyone who needs to collaborate in real time must own a license of C4R and must be assigned to that license as a user. The C4R license includes with it a license of A360 Team, which we recommend be assigned to a user that only needs to manage Projects, but does not need to collaborate, e.g. a BIM Manager or IT staff.
At the time of writing, it can take up to 72 hours for your order to process.
Needless to say, we recommend you purchase your C4R seats from your friendly neighborhood reseller, such as Microsol Resources.😉
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