With your subscription to Autodesk AEC industry collection(s), you may have noticed Autodesk has provided each AEC industry collection subscription with an additional product in their lineup: Autodesk Docs.
What is Autodesk Docs?
Autodesk Docs is a cloud-based common data environment that streamlines your document review and management process, as well as approval workflows from design to construction. Autodesk collaboration solutions allow teams to be more connected and productive and Autodesk Docs is a great way to introduce collaboration into your workflow.
It is available in the AEC Collection, as well as is included with subscriptions to Autodesk BIM Collaborate and Autodesk BIM Collaborate Pro, Autodesk Takeoff and Autodesk Build.
Learn more about Autodesk Docs here.
The administrators of the Autodesk subscription may have recently received an email from Autodesk announcing that a new product offering, Autodesk Docs, has been automatically added at a 1:1 ratio for each of your Autodesk AEC industry collections.
All active new purchases and renewals of AEC industry collections as of February 9, 2021, are entitled to this Autodesk Docs subscription. Named users are currently receiving notifications, while multi-user licenses should be receiving this notification in April.
What is included in the Autodesk Docs subscription?
Autodesk Docs provides access to the following modules:
- Account Administration
- BIM 360 Document Management
How many seats of Autodesk Docs will current subscribers to the AEC Collection get?
If you have an Autodesk industry collection, expect to receive an email from Autodesk (firstname.lastname@example.org) alerting you of your new Autodesk Docs subscription that is now included with each AEC industry collection subscription at a 1:1 ratio.
Who uses Autodesk Docs?
Autodesk Docs is used across the project lifecycle by all members of a project team, including architects, designers, engineers, contractors, sub-contractors, drafters, detailers, BIM and VDC managers, project managers, owners, fabricators, and more.
How do I access Autodesk Docs?
If you would like to access your Autodesk Docs entitlement please review the section, How do I access Autodesk Docs?
Do you have additional questions?
You can learn more about Autodesk Docs and its features by visiting the Autodesk landing page which includes product overview videos and a Frequently Asked Questions section.
As always, our support team is here to help and can be reached at email@example.com.
We look forward to seeing you gain added value with your AEC Collection Subscription.
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