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Trimble Connect gets updates for SketchUp 2016 and more

Trimble has updated its Trimble Connect AEC cloud-based collaboration platform with new modern user interface touches and new format support.


Trimble has updated its AEC cloud-based collaboration platform, Trimble Connect, with a new updated modern user-interface, new public API (application programming interface) support, new support for SketchUp version 2016, and a Trimble Connect Revit Add-in that was recently in beta.

The new Revit 2016 support with Trimble Connect now means Trimble Connect supports shared coordinates with Revit models.

Other Improvements

Other improvements include LandXML v1.2 file formats and that the public API now supports search. Users can now check in files by selecting root folder. And they can create todo from a selection of snapshots and not have it get listed as a todo on the 3D page.

01 - Trimble Connect update adds SketchUp 2016 support and more.

01 – Trimble Connect update adds SketchUp 2016 support and more.

There is an API to provide Read-Only/No Access Folder information. And uploading .rvt files without the plugin directly should display correct processing status. Beyond this, there are dozens of new fixes of bugs.

To learn more about Trimble Connect go here:

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