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Revit 2023.1 introduces Twinmotion for Revit

As you may have heard at Autodesk University in September 2022, Autodesk is collaborating with Epic Games to include access to Twinmotion with all Revit subscriptions. Whether you subscribe to the AEC Collection or standalone Revit, use Flex pricing, or have an education license, you now have at your fingertips the real-time visualization power of Twinmotion for Revit.

Twinmotion is a real-time visualization tool that enables you to produce high-quality images, panoramas, standard or 360° VR videos and interactive presentations from design data. The changes you make in Twinmotion update in real-time.

Revit 2023.1 introduces Twinmotion for Revit, upgrades to MEP modeling tools, more analytical to physical model automation for structural analysis, and handy advancements for everyone, like the ability to edit revisions on multiple sheets, upgrades to the project browser and command functionality, and more!


The update installs Twinmotion for Revit and Datasmith Exporter for Revit, which allows you to open the current Revit model in Twinmotion with a single click. You can continue the design process and synchronize the changes in real-time.


A drop-down menu allows you to synchronize your changes via Direct Link Synchronize, or do a one-time  Export to Datasmith file. The export may be useful for scenarios where you prefer to import a file containing specific geometry into Twinmotion, or when you want to share a file with another design team.



Thinking about an upgrade? Recent releases of Revit are faster, user-friendlier, and chock-full of useful features. In Revit 2023 alone, the Revit Factory shipped:

  • New structural analysis workflows optimized for BIM
  • Electrical load analysis for early-stage systems design
  • Data Exchanges for better interoperability and collaboration
  • Cloud Parameter service for more consistent BIM standards
  • A raft of fine-tuned enhancements for your documentation tasks
  • A fresh look and feel and an easier-to-use Dynamo
  • A boatload of performance enhancements that improve loading times, graphic performance, and more


Launch Twinmotion for Revit directly from the Revit ribbon in Revit 2023.1. Immerse yourself in the intuitive creator environment, and turn your design data into photo-realistic stills, scenes, and scenarios. Paint a more complete picture of how your design is working, and better weigh options, reach decisions, and take clients and stakeholders through signature experiences that can add shine and sophistication to your practice — not to mention help you win more work.


Interested in installing Twinmotion? You can check this article on best practices for installing Twinmotion and how to create a direct link to your Revit model. Feel free to reach out to our team at if you have any questions.



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Autodesk BIM 360 Team is no longer available

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.

Consider moving to Autodesk Docs

Autodesk Docs is cloud collaboration software that supports controlled data and document management from design through construction. Autodesk Docs offers similar functionality to BIM 360 Team but with greater file- and folder-based access and permission controls and unlimited storage.

Learn more about Autodesk Docs

Key Dates to keep in  mind

November 2022
  • Customers will be notified of the release of a technology preview of the Autodesk Replication Tool via email
  • Customers will have access to a Guide on steps to take to transfer files using the Autodesk Replication Tool
  •  Release Desktop Connection Ver. 2.0 without access to BIM 360 Team (previous versions of Desktop Connector will still support BIM 360 Team)
January 2023
  • End all renewals for BIM 360 Team
March/April 2023
  • End creation of new projects and hubs
  • End support for mobile app
  • App removed from the app store
    • Existing customers can continue to use the mobile app, but will not have product support if they encounter issues
    • The mobile app will no longer be available by the end of December 2023
September 2023
  • Transition to read-only access for all files; users can continue to transfer files using the Autodesk Replication Tools
  • End support of BIM 360 Team in Desktop Connector
December 2023
  • Remove access to the platform for all users
Terms & Conditions:
  1. Customers will have access to a technology preview of the Autodesk Replication Tool, which will allow them to maintain their “anytime, anywhere” access to their data by transferring files to Autodesk Docs.
  2. The last day customers will have to access BIM 360 Team will be in December 2023, but there are other dates associated with the end-of-life program that will impact the ability to use the full functionality of the BIM 360 Team. Please see the dates above.
  3. Autodesk Docs is included with subscriptions to Autodesk BIM Collaborate and Autodesk BIM Collaborate Pro, Autodesk Takeoff, and Autodesk Build, in the AEC Collection, as well as a standalone. T-flex/Named Account customers can obtain access to Docs through their Enterprise Business Agreement.
  4. With the November release of version 2.0 of Desktop Connector, users will no longer be able to access BIM 360 Team files through the application. However, BIM 360 Team files can still be accessed with previous versions of the Desktop Connector product. In September 2023 when the BIM 360 Team files switch to read-only access, all versions of Desktop Connector will cease to work for BIM 360 Team users.


Do you have questions about the end-of-life of the BIM 360 Team? Contact us at and we would be more than happy to assist you.

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What is Autodesk BIM 360 Team?

Update: In 2021,  Autodesk began the end-of-life process for BIM 360 Team by ending 3-year renewals for BIM 360 Team subscriptions. As os 2022, Autodesk is moving to the next phase of the end-of-life process, ending the 1-year renewal of standalone BIM 360 Team in January 2023 with the plan of retiring BIM 360 Team platform by the end of 2023.

Please refer to the blog “Autodesk BIM 360 Team – End of Life” to learn more.

Update: 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.


Trying to find out exactly what is Autodesk BIM 360 Team and how it can help you? You came to the right spot! BIM 360 Team is a cloud-based collaboration tool that enables architects, engineers, and their project stakeholders to work efficiently together in one central workspace. Users can view, markup, share and review over 100 2D and 3D file formats from any device (browser or mobile). Furthermore, with BIM 360 Team you can track version history and extend BIM to the entire team.

BIM 360 Team

Listed below are links to some very useful resources on how to get the most out of your Autodesk BIM 360 Team subscription once you have set up your Team HUB.

Don’t have your BIM 360 Team license set up? Check out our BIM 360 Team License Activation blog post or contact us at and we would be more than happy to assist you.

Happy collaborating!



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