This article provides an overview of the folder permissions functionality for Studio Projects in Revu You can find more in-depth information in the Revu Help Manual under Defining access and permissions in Studio Projects. This tab displays general information about the Project, such as the Project Name which you can editthe Project ID, the number of files and folders and overall Project Size.
This is also where you can Manage Notifications and Alerts for various activities within the project, as well as the Shared Links for documents.
The User Access tab is where you can add individual users and groups of users, which you can either allow or deny access to in the Studio Project. If Restrict Users is active, a user must be added to the list with their Access set to Allow in order to access the Project. This is where you control which administrative tasks attendees are allowed to perform within the Project.
However, you can also create additional Groups. This is useful when, for example, a host wants to have someone assist with managing the project. The Folder Permissions tab is where you can define user and group permissions for all folders and subfolders in a Studio Project.
The available Folder Permission States are listed below. You can find more information about them here. When setting permissions, remember that Studio relies on Permissions hierarchies that establish the relationship between Permission sets and the Permission states assigned to users and Groups:. Language Select. Other versions of this article:. New Studio users must log into Studio at least once before they can be added to a Studio Group. Adding a user or group of users to the User Access tab is a separate process from inviting users to the Project.
Granting a user or group the Full Control permission means they will have complete control over the User Access, Permissions, and Folder Permissions tabs, along with the ability to delete the Project. This article provides an overview of the folder permissions functionality for Studio Projects in Revu.
Click to learn more. Products Revu for Windows.The Session Host is the person who starts and controls the Studio Session. The Host starts the Session, adds the documents, invites the Attendees, and defines the security and permissions. The Host also manages the Session. Documents can be added or removed and new Attendees invited once the Session has started as well. When everyone has contributed, The Host also creates the Report, Finishes the Session, and saves the files.
The Host does not need to be in the Session for other people to join the Session and work. People work at different times and have different times available to them for different types of work. Once a Session is started, anyone who has been invited can log into the Session and work whenever it's most convenient for them. Before you can host a Studio Session, you must have a validated Studio account.
If you have not created one yet, do that first. The features available to Attendees when attending a Session are described elsewhere. This section addresses the features that are unique to the Host. For features available to Attendees, see Attend a Session. You will need a validated Studio account to create a Studio Session. If you have not established one yet, see Create a Studio Account to do so now.
If you have not already created an account, the Create Studio Account dialog box appears instead. Create a Studio Account before proceeding.
Files can be added later, as well. See Manage a Session below for more information. Once the PDF is taken out of the Session, however, the Legend will resume normal functionality and will automatically update to represent changes made to the PDF while it was in the Session. Click OK to save the settings and upload the files.
The Session Invitation dialog box appears.For more information about transferring your license of Revu to another computer, please read this Support article. Please contact the Bluebeam Support team for assistance and include your Revu serial number along with a brief description of the problem. Yes, Bluebeam Revu supports creating, viewing and filling AcroForm form documents.File Access
Revu also has full support for viewing and filling static XFA forms, and Dynamic XFA functionality continues to be updated as part of our ongoing development efforts. With automatic form creation in Revu eXtreme, you can create forms from scanned or digital documents.
Then, Revu will automatically detect fields such as signatures, date and checkboxes. Bluebeam offers a variety of training options, from self-guided online training courses to instructor-led customized training sessions.
All our training offerings help you or your entire organization master Revu in no time. For more information, visit our Training page. With the release of Revuthe functionality of our free viewer, Vu, is now available via the View Mode built into Revu. To use this functionality, download a free trial of Revu.
When the trial expires, you can continue to use View Mode indefinitely. With the release of View Mode within Revu, Vu will no longer be maintained and updated as a separate product. Vu and earlier versions are still available on our Downloads and Updates page. Bluebeam Revu is available to purchase on a Perpetual License or as an Open License with an annual subscription. Check out our pricing page for more details.
Bluebeam offers a free day trial of Revu eXtreme, our robust solution for power users, which you can download here. Bluebeam offers educational discounts on Revu to current students and educators from accredited campuses and universities. Bluebeam also supports school and university campus labs by providing free licenses of Revu CAD. Visit our Bluebeam Academic page for more information. You may only purchase the latest version online.
If you need to purchase an older version, please email us at sales bluebeam. You may also purchase older versions of Revu through an authorized reseller.Bluebeam, Inc.
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Except as expressly set forth herein, Your access and use of the Services does not grant You any intellectual property rights in the Services or Documentation.Permissions can be defined in Studio to grant or deny users to specific Projects and to define what users can do in those Projects. Permissions can be defined for individual users or groups of users. Adding a user to a Project can have different effects depending on whether or not the Project is set to restrict access.
When Restrict Users is enabled, adding a user is the only way to grant them access.
Conversely, when Restrict Users is not enabled, adding a user is the only way to deny them access. Restricted user access is discussed in more detail below. Adding a user to a Project does not send them an invitation to join the Project. To add a User to the Project :.
Click the User Access tab. Previously added users will appear in the list. The default group, Everyonewill be shown, as well as any other Groups that have been previously added to this Project. The Everyone group applies to all users in the Project and its initial permission settings are configured when the Project is created. It cannot be deleted. Most permissions for the Everyone group are set to Deny when the Project is created; a recommended best practice is to give additional permissions to specific users and Groups rather than allow greater access to the Everyone group.
Select the desired user or group and click OK. By default, when users and Groups are added they inherit the permissions of the Everyone group.
Note : Individual users will not appear in the list until after they have accessed the Project for the first time. If you would like to create a new Group or change the membership of an existing one, click Manage Groups. See Studio Groups for more information about creating and managing groups.
This function is only available to the Host. Note : When creating Groups, keep in mind that Revu will allow somebody to be in multiple Groups within the same Session or Project ; when this occurs, that person's permissions will default to whichever is the most restrictive.All the same Lynda.
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Same instructors. New platform. Jim describes these limitations and explains why it is important to understand that documents in a Studio Session can be marked up, but the underlying content cannot be edited. So those are things that I cannot do to a document…that is in a studio session. Are you sure you want to mark all the videos in this course as unwatched? This will not affect your course history, your reports, or your certificates of completion for this course. Type in the entry box, then click Enter to save your note.
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You can pick up where you left off, or start over. Develop in-demand skills with access to thousands of expert-led courses on business, tech and creative topics. Video: Things that don't work during a session. You are now leaving Lynda. To access Lynda. Visit our help center. Preview This Course. Course Overview Transcript View Offline Exercise Files - [Voiceover] Before we close our files and…move on to the next chapter,…I did want to take a minute just to show you…a few things that don't work with documents…when they're in a studio session.
Resume Transcript Auto-Scroll. Author Jim Rogers. Collecting, routing, reviewing, approving, copying, and distributing paper documents the old-fashioned way is tedious, and it's easy to "drop the ball," especially with regulatory documentation such as Safety Data Sheets SDSs. Using Bluebeam Revu, we can transform safety submittals into a simple paperless process. 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.This documentation details alpha, beta, and other pre-release software, and its accuracy and reliability is not guaranteed by Procore Technologies, Inc.
Once your session is created, your project team can then review the submittal in Bluebeam Revu. Finalize a Bluebeam Studio Session. Click here to read the Beta Documentation Disclaimer This documentation details alpha, beta, and other pre-release software, and its accuracy and reliability is not guaranteed by Procore Technologies, Inc. Steps Navigate to the project's Submittals tool. This reveals the Submittals page. Complete the steps in Sign into Bluebeam from Procore.
This reveals the Create a Bluebeam Studio Session window. Complete the following steps: Name. Enter a name for the new session. Note: The maximum character length is 60 characters. Note: Do NOT add any new documents to the submittal while a session is open. Procore will invite the person named as the 'Submittal Manager' and any 'Approvers' named in the submittal approval workflow to your new Bluebeam Studio Session.
Click Create Session. You can review the submittal in Bluebeam. When you have completed the review in Bluebeam and are ready to finalize the Bluebeam Studio Session, continue with the Next Step below. You will always finalize your Bluebeam Studio Session from Procore. See Also Sign into Bluebeam from Procore.