Autodesk BIM 360 Team
Design collaboration with Autodesk BIM 360 Team
Purpose-built for the needs of architects, engineers and their project stakeholders, Autodesk BIM 360 Team gives design teams a central location to communicate, view, markup and review 2D and 3D project design files from anywhere—simply using a web browser to a mobile device. By giving access to all team members who may need it, design teams are able to gain consensus faster, make decisions together and build stakeholder engagement using BIM 360 Team.
As of April 9, 2018, Autodesk will no longer offer new subscriptions to BIM 360 Team. BIM 360 Team subscribers will have access to the new BIM 360 platform. Existing BIM 360 Team subscribers can continue to renew and use BIM 360 Team in its current form.
Autodesk BIM 360 Team Features
CENTRALIZE PROJECT INFORMATION
Communicate as a team in one location, BIM 360 Team provides one online workspace for all project team members, helping distributed teams stay connected and organized at all times.
CONNECT THE ENTIRE DESIGN TEAM
Extend the ability to view, comment and markup design models to all team members, not just design authors. Simplify the review process and eliminate the need to email or file transfer large sets of data.
ACCELERATION DECISION MAKING
Easily provide or solicit feedback with comment and markup tools. Regline drawings, comment on complex 3D models and keep an organized record of all project feedback.
Autodesk BIM 360 Team Specifications
BIM 360 Team is compatible with most modern desktop browsers that support WebGL. Test your browser for WebGL support here: https://get.webgl.org/. (The Adobe® Flash® Player may also be required to view some items.)
For the best desktop viewing experience, we recommend using the latest versions of these browsers:
- Google Chrome™ version 29 or later
- Mozilla® Firefox® version 31 or later
- Apple® Safari® version 7 or later
- Microsoft® Internet Explorer* 11.0.9600 or later can show some design files, but still has limitations. We’re working hard to resolve this known issue. Internet Explorer 8, 9, and 10 don’t support WebGL, so they can’t show either 2D or 3D design files. They can only show nondesign files.
If you’re using a browser that does support WebGL, that feature may be disabled. Search the web for how to enable WebGL for your browser.