The wait is over. Bluebeam PDF Revu 8 is here!

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No more teasers, Bluebeam PDF Revu 8 is alive and ready to download!

This new version takes Bluebeam beyond just PDF creation, markup and editing. It’s a complete solution for banishing paper from your workflows. And, with incredible new features that make it super easy to manage files and customize the way you interact with PDFs, Revu 8 is most definitely Bluebeam’s best release ever.

Among my favorite new features are:

  • A brilliant File Access tab for managing files without ever having to leave Revu.
  • Smooth integration into SharePoint and ProjectWise through a Revu toolbar.
  • Flexible custom columns in the Markups List for performing calculations.
  • Quick and easy one button PDFs from Revit. Yes!!

Trust me, there’s a whole lot more to Bluebeam PDF Revu 8.  You can read about it here or listen to this podcast with lead Bluebeam PDF Revu developers, Ben and Peter:

So how do you get your hands on Revu 8? Here’s the deal:

Undecided? Get a 30-day trial here.
Current customer?
Try Bluebeam PDF Revu 8 here.
Ready to buy?
Thank you! Order from our online store, or through a Bluebeam reseller.

If you’re a current customer with maintenance, or you bought Revu on or since 1/1/10, drop us a line at upgrade@bluebeam.com. Include your company name and serial number and we’ll send you a free upgrade license to Revu 8. For anything else, email us at sales@bluebeam.com or call 866-496-2140.

What are you waiting for? Download Bluebeam PDF Revu 8 now! Comment below to let me know what your favorite new feature is, and keep on PDFin’!

-Karen

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6 Responses to “The wait is over. Bluebeam PDF Revu 8 is here!”

  1. Frank Says:

    Congratulations for this new release.
    Currently I try the trial and really enjoy using it. You’ve added a lot of very useful features, just as the customization and the file access, but also other things like maximizing workspace by remove the window title or fixing other things.
    Well done, it’s a great release! And I will contact the technical support later which should contain a more detailed list of all the things I like and which could be improved 🙂
    But really, well done.!

  2. Al Says:

    Do we now have the ability to show a thumbnail for BlueBeam PDFs in MS Windows? I know that is one of the problems with the current version we have.

    • karenpdf Says:

      Hi Al,

      Thanks for the question! With Revu 8, you can get previews of PDFs through our File Access Tab. This tab let’s you search your local and network drives for PDFs and other files from directly within Revu. Just hover over a PDF file name and a preview will display. The File Access Tab also displays a list of Recently viewed PDFs, and let’s you organize and categorize commonly used and viewed PDFs, too. More info is here: http://bluebeam.com/web07/us/products/revu/8.0/access/

      Let me know if you have any other questions.

      Karen
      karen (at) bluebeaminsider.com

  3. Al Says:

    Thank you, Karen. Still, my question remains, PDF icon thumbnails in Windows Explorer will still be just an icon? The ability to preview PDF documents without opening Acrobat or Bluebeam is very much a necessity. Please pass this on to your engineers.

    Thanks again!

  4. karenpdf Says:

    Hi Al, Sorry – as of now the preview will only be through the integrated explorer in our File Access tab, not through the a regular Windows Explorer.

    -Karen

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