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Old C4R website link???

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jschadlFJWW7
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Old C4R website link???

Can someone give me the link to the old C4R website? I have old projects on there from before my company started using BIM360 in 2019 and I lost my web browser bookmarks. I need to access an old project. Thank you.

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Lance.Coffey
in reply to: jschadlFJWW7

Thank you for the question @jschadlFJWW7!

 

Here are a couple ways to get to your BIM 360 Team page:

  1. Using direct URL:
    1. Go to the URL: https://autodesk360.com
    2. Sign in (at the top).
    3. Click Access Now.
  2. Using Manage page:
    1. Go to the URL: https://manage.autodesk.com
    2. Sign in (if prompted).
    3. Go to All Products and Services.
    4. Click Access now, to the right of BIM 360 Team. (If BIM 360 Team is not listed, the account may not be assigned a subscription of BIM 360 Team.)
    5. Click SIGN IN TO BIM 360 TEAM.
    6. Click the URL listed in the Hub column.

 Note: As of April 9th 2018 we do not offer new subscriptions to BIM Team, and it would be a good idea to save your BIM 360 Team hosted Revit models locally, both for archival purposes, and to make it easier to migrate to BIM 360 Document Management.



Lance Coffey

Technical Support Specialist
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jschadlFJWW7
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Lance,

 

Thank you for your response. This is the screen I get when clicking on "sign in to BIM360 Team". This appears to me like I am setting up a URL for a first time access to the site. We have not had a lapse in our autodesk licenses but we did change to the subscription based service on 5/3/19. Would that cause us to not have access to our old site? Or do I have access to the old site and just need to give it a new URL? 

 

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Lance.Coffey
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This looks like you have an active subscription (for BIM 360 Team) which has not been associated with a BIM 360 Team hub, so this prompt is giving you the option to associate the subscription with an existing hub, or create a new one.

 

In this state you wouldn't be able to find your existing URL using this process (if it isn't listed there), try using the other option to access BIM 360 Team.



Lance Coffey

Technical Support Specialist

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