Archive for March, 2012

Learn about Revu 10 in this webinar

March 28, 2012

In case you haven’t heard, Revu 10 is here! This release has several new features that prove there are no limits to what project teams can achieve digitally, including Bluebeam Studio projects for storing, accessing and sharing project PDFs and other files in the cloud, the ability to markup 3D views and create 3D PDFs from Revit and Navisworks Manage, Links for easily creating and updating hyperlinked documents, and Spaces for automatically assigning locations to markups. We’ve also introduced a new interface, which makes it easier to customize Revu on the fly and make it your own.

To learn more about Revu 10, check out this pre-recorded webinar highlighting the new features:

What feature are you most excited about? Let me know. And remember, to keep on PDFin’.

-Karen

Podcast: Revu 10 is here!

March 27, 2012

After months of anticipation and feature leaks, I’m excited to share that Revu 10 is here! This new release pushes the limits of collaboration, cloud storage and project communication – and gives you tools so you can do what you do, better. You can read about all the new features, as well as early feedback from our Beta testers, here.

Welcome to Revu 10

And, for those wanting more of the inside scoop on what went into making Revu the “best release evar” (as our engineers say), check out this podcast with the developers who lead our engineering team – Ben and Peter. Make sure you listen until the very end – I promise there’s an announcement that you won’t want to miss!

What Revu 10 feature are you most excited about? Let me know! And remember, to keep on PDFin’!

-Karen

Revu 10 Sneak Peek – A new way to “Vu”

March 20, 2012

This week’s Revu 10 sneak peek is really more of a revelation. With the launch of Revu 10, Bluebeam is releasing a free PDF viewer. And its name is Vu.

More than just a PDF viewer, Vu also integrates with ProjectWise and SharePoint and enables users to fill out and save PDF forms. But the really exciting part is how Vu interacts with Bluebeam Studio. Once Revu 10 is launched, Vu users will be able to participate in Studio sessions and redline PDFs – without ever needing to download the full trial of Revu, much less purchase it. That’s right – true, digital project collaboration with subs, Owners and everyone else on your project team is about to get that much easier.

Have you missed any of our Revu 10 leaks? Head over to www.revu10.com to check them all out. And remember, to keep on PDFin’!

-Karen

New Revu 10 Leak – Are you ready for the next generation of RFIs?

March 13, 2012

We’re getting closer to the release of Revu 10, but that’s no reason to stop leaking information about what will be included in the new version! Today on www.revu10.com there is a new leak, and it looks like this:

What do you think could be included in the next generation of RFIs? Let me know. And remember, to keep on PDFin’!

-Karen

Check out the Revu 10 podcast with the engineers

March 6, 2012

It’s that time of year again! Revu 10 is scheduled to be released at the end of the month, and our developers are ready to start talking. Head over www.Revu10.com  (home of all product-related feature leaks) to listen to a podcast with our lead Revu developers, Ben and Peter.

In this podcast, Ben and Peter talk in more detail about two of the features that have already been leaked – Dynamic Layers and Links. So, go on and listen up, let us know what you think, and remember, to keep on PDFin’!

-Karen

Revu wins a Constructech Magazine Top Product Award

March 2, 2012

Woo hoo! Constructech Magazine has announced its list of Commercial Top Products, and Revu is on the list!

Constructech’s Top Products is an annual award program which honors technology solutions that have demonstrated the greatest innovations geared toward the commercial construction market. Revu was selected by Constructech’s editors for enabling digital project communication. Judges especially liked Bluebeam Studio, Revu’s real-time collaboration feature, as well as the software’s tablet PC compatibility, which enables project team members to redline PDFs at the jobsite or on the road.

As  a Constructech Commercial Top Product, Revu will be featured in the March/April issue of the magazine. If you can’t wait to read more, you can check out this online article here, or read about other awards Revu has won, here. And remember, to keep on PDFin’!

-Karen


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