Join Jim Rogers for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating markups that become action items, part of Learn Bluebeam: The Basics.
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- As we continue to discuss studio sessions,…you're hopefully beginning to see the power…of combining the Cloud storage features of projects…and the collaboratory features of sessions…with all the ways that we can markup and comment…on things like our construction drawings…and other project documents.…Let's now take a look at what happens…when I'm logged in to studio sessions…and I add a markup that I need to reply to.…First, note that users in sessions cannot…edit or move another user's markups.…So that's really handy for keeping control of your documents…but you can reply to a comment or markup…by right clicking on the markup…and selecting reply.…
So, if I choose one of these markups…and I click on Reply,…I get a dialogue box that does let me reply…to anyone else's comment…and I can also find that down here in the markup log…by right clicking a markup and choosing Reply.…Again, I get the same dialogue box.…Now you'll see down here in the log,…that if I do add a reply,…all of those replies are tracked.…So if I have a comment or a question…
Jim Rogers helps you choose the right version of Bluebeam for your company, customize the tools and views, convert files into PDFs, and create PDFs from scratch. In the final chapters, he covers Bluebeam Studio, the cloud components that make it easy to take projects mobile and global.
- Choosing a version of Bluebeam: Vu to eXtreme
- Installing Bluebeam and Bluebeam plugins
- Customizing Bluebeam
- Creating PDFs with Bluebeam Revu
- Converting images
- Editing Bluebeam PDFs
- Searching Bluebeam documents
- Making estimations and takeoffs
- Redlining as-built drawings
- Creating an active punch list
- Setting up a Studio Project or Studio Session