On the sixth day of CADD Care, the CADD team gave to me… a Bluebeam Revu 21 tip!
With the release of Bluebeam Revu 21 comes a set of changes of the licensing model. Revu 21 now has single sign-in licensing as well as the new Bluebeam Cloud. Along with these changes comes the shift in their license tiers. The old license tiers of Standard, CAD, and Extreme have now become Basics, Core, and Complete. Access to the features and tools you may have been used to in Revu 20 have changed in Revu 21. Here is a breakdown of key features and tools within Bluebeam Revu and which tier grants you access to that feature or tool.
Optical Character Recognition (OCR): Available in either of the 3 new license tiers.
Digital Signatures: Available in either of the 3 new license tiers.
SharePoint & ProjectWise integrations: Available in either of the 3 new license tiers.
AECO Plugins: Plugins for Autodesk software is available in either Core or Complete tiers.
Markups List Summaries (Exporting): Available in either Core or Complete tiers.
Compare Documents & Overlay: Available in either Core or Complete tiers.
Embed photos: Available in either Core or Complete tiers.
Sketch to Scale: Available in either Core or Complete tiers.
Takeoff Tools: Basic measurements are available in Basics but reporting and applying takeoffs is part of either Core or Complete tiers.
Advanced angle & volume measurements: Available in Complete tier only
Dynamic Fill: Available in Complete tier only.
Quantity Link: Available in Complete tier only.
Multi-document Markups List Summary Exporting: Available in Complete tier only.
For a comprehensive listing of features and tools your new Revu 21 licenses have access to can be found HERE.
Check back the rest of this week and next week to see what the CADD team has in store for all Twelve Days of CADD Care!
View previous posts in the Twelve Days of CADD Care blog series:
Day One: Tool Palette Management in Civil 3D
Day Two: Space Utilization in FM:Systems
Day Three: Customer Success
Day Four: Sharing Model Views
Day Five: Electrical Analytical Model in Revit