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Fusion 360 and ClassLink

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apyatovskyAGJ
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Fusion 360 and ClassLink

Is it possible to create roster using ClassLink? 

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dan.banach
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Hi @apyatovskyAGJ 

Are you trying to assign student licenses of Fusion? If so, we don't have a direct link to ClassLink but you you can import a CSV file. Below are instructions.

Educators assigning products to your students (Recommended)


Educators who meet our eligibility requirements must obtain and manage their own Autodesk Account. You can assign and unassign Autodesk products to a maximum of 125 students per product. Students do not have to individually confirm their own eligibility, as it is tied to the educator’s eligibility. However, each student must have their own Autodesk Account.

 

Before your class term begins, educators should refer students to the Student’s guide to the Education Plan and have them follow the steps under Students installing products assigned to them.

 

Follow these steps:

  1. Create an Autodesk account using your school-provided email by going to the Get Products page and clicking Get Started.
  2. Confirm your eligibility, which involves validating your role as an educator with a qualified educational institution.
    Note: You may need to submit additional documentation before your eligibility is approved.
  3. Access the products you want to assign
  4. Assign products to your students

Click on the Import to assign tab.
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Does this help?

-Dan



Dan Banach
Sr. Technical Manager & Community Manager

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Excellent! We just wanted to make sure we aren't missing some very obvious. Thank you!

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