Please note: As of April 9, 2018, Collaboration for Revit® was repackaged and rebranded as BIM 360® Design. As a current subscriber, you can continue to use your Collaboration for Revit and BIM 360 Team subscription—and enjoy uninterrupted access to your services and projects—for as long as you renew. Read more in the FAQ here.
Collaboration for Revit* connects your Revit team with cloud-based worksharing that lets users co-author in Revit models no matter where they are located. A subscription to Collaboration for Revit includes access to BIM 360 Team which you use to set up your project and invite collaborators. With Revit and BIM 360 Team integration, Collaboration for Revit enables your team to work on shared building information models. Together, they provide a comprehensive collaboration solution to design, iterate, and deliver your project successfully.
Below is a comprehensive list of Autodesk authorized Collaboration for Revit tutorial sites, tools, and resources to get you started:
Better design collaboration with Collaboration for Revit and BIM 360 Team
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Design Collaboration Kickstart Guide
This design collaboration kickstart guide is a comprehensive collection of links, information, step-by-step tutorials, instructional videos, and datasets to help you and your team experience the full functionality of Collaboration for Revit and BIM 360 Team.
Looking for Collaboration for Revit tutorials on YouTube? Start with our Collaboration for Revit Kickstart YouTube Playlist for quick tutorials and walkthroughs on how to open Revit views, use the Communicator tool, sync-to-central, use the worksharing, screen capture, and chat tools, and more.
The Revit Collaboration forums are a place to connect with product experts and fellow users alike. This is the fastest way to find answers to your question because there’s a good chance someone may have asked it before. If you can’t find a related question, a Customer Success expert will respond as soon as possible.
The Collaboration for Revit Collection on Autodesk’s Knowledge Network is a rich repository of contributions from Autodesk technical experts, the user community, and Autodesk partners. Content spans videos with Collaboration for Revit tutorials, to Autodesk University classes, and more. Autodesk Knowledge Network enables users to search by keyword, sort by relevance, and browse by category and source.
If you’re looking for help with two or more Autodesk products, this is a good place to start.
The Convergence blog brings people, information, and processes together across the project lifecycle. For success stories and information specific to Collaboration for Revit on Convergence, click here.
You can find information about new releases, tips, customer stories, and other content about Revit and Collaboration for Revit on the Revit Blog.
You can view the current status and upcoming maintenance schedule for Autodesk Cloud Services including Collaboration for Revit.
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If we’re not able to resolve an issue immediately, we will point you to the right resource.
*In August 2016, A360 Collaboration for Revit was rebranded into Collaboration for Revit.