Bluebeam maintains a discussion forum on their web site where users share their experiences using Bluebeam Studio on their construction projects. The Bluebeam website also contains many case studies to showcase the software's use in the construction industry. Jim also explains that additional Bluebeam courses are available in the on line library.
- [Voiceover] The skills demonstrated in this course,…should get you to continue thinking about the many ways…n which you could use Bluebeam Revu…to help you move closer to that paperless environment.…Now Bluebeam also maintains a great…community discussion forum on it's website,…where you continue to get new ideas from other users.…And they also maintain a case studies page, on the site,…that contains all kinds of real life examples…of how companies are taking advantage of…this program's capabilities every day on their projects.…
Now there are also many more examples and ideas…shared at their annual Bluebeam Extreme Conference,…and you can get information for that conference…on their site as well.…Now in addition to these resources, don't forget,…that we also have additional Bluebeam courses,…here in our online library that can…help you learn additional skills.…So with that, thank you for reviewing this course…and good luck as you continue to find…more ways to use Bluebeam Revu.…
The end result is an easily accessible electronic package, with a hyperlinked chemical list that acts as a clickable table of contents—all with considerably less effort. Jim Rogers shows how to set up a project, start a studio session for collaboration, invite collaborators to the review process, set up an approval workflow, and combine all the submitted sheets into a single PDF file that can be searched and shared. Plus, learn how to keep a session open for additional submittals or archive it when a project is over.
- Setting up a project
- Initiating a session
- Involving the project team in reviews and approvals
- Finalizing the PDF
- Sharing the electronic documents
- Closing the sessions