Testing Project Freewheel’s Online Collaboration

August 3, 2007 at 4:17 pm Leave a comment

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In order to execute an online collaboration through the Project Freewheel website, AutoCAD, Inventor and Revit users must download the Project Freewheel 2D/3D Share Now utility. After installing the utility, a Share Now function will be added to the File Menu of your CAD client (AutoCAD, Inventor, or Revit).

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With the help of my colleague we were able to test it and we were able to run a successful online collaboration. If you think that the browser needs to be refreshed in order to check if markups are added, think again. 😀 You may check if there are updates created by a particular user by looking at the session participants list. You’ll see there the last update created by a particular user. 🙂

Then, you could view the markup list and see all the markups that have been created. 🙂

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