Bluebeam Revu for the iPad contains the ability to access files and documents that are stored in the cloud. In this video, Jim demonstrates how to use the built-in functions to connect the app to an existing Box, Dropbox, or Citrix account. Jim also explains that the built-in WebDAV access can be used to connect the app to a Microsoft OneDrive account or Microsoft SharePoint Server.
- [Voiceover] First things first, for this app to be useful,…everyone needs to be able to access the project documents,…and that means that these documents probably need to…live somewhere other than my personal iPad.…Fortunately, this was really easy to do in Bluebeam Revu.…The iPad app includes the built-in ability to connect to…some of the popular cloud storage options in use today,…and I can do this very quickly by simply tapping the…File Access icon at the top of the screen.…When I do that, what you'll see here is that I have…several cloud storage accounts already set up,…and I have local documents that live here on the iPad.…
I can toggle this view between a list view…and an icon view, and you'll see here that I have…a couple of cloud storage accounts already set up.…To attach another cloud storage account to Bluebeam Revu,…just tap on Add Account and select from…one of the built-in options.…For example, we'll tap on Dropbox,…and from here, we get a dialog box that…asks us to enter a display name, along with the…
- Syncing to cloud accounts
- Using File Access to pin and sync files
- Marking up drawings and documents
- Adding photos and videos
- Scaling and measuring
Skill Level Beginner
Q: This course was updated on 05/25/2018. What changed?
A: The following topics were updated: comparing the iPad app to the software and using the exercise files.