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In-Project Permissioning

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    Laura Sharpe

    Thank you for the comprehensive explanation for better permissions.

    I've been collecting similar comments and hope this is something we can address in the near future.

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    Kaden Kartchner

    I about created another post and then saw this one! I think the idea is fantastic. I'll just copy and paste here what I would have said. Jackson explained it way better though!

    "The Load/Unload features are great. I love the presets and try to teach people about them everyday. When we get 100 or so people in the model, it becomes quite a bit more difficult to have somewhat duplicate content (i.e. Design Models and Fabrication Models) in the same Revizto Project since everyone starts asking questions about what model to follow. It's always going to be the Fabrication models for installation, however, it is necessary to be able to reference the Design models at any given time to make sure the design intent is still captured.

    So, after that context, I wonder if it is possible to have a feature similar to Archiving Clash Tests? Where we can "Archive" a model (i.e. the design models) and it becomes essentially hidden so there isn't any complaints, but then can be brought back into reference. I know this sounds similar to Load/Unload models, but something like this would also make it so all models don't have to be reloaded for clash testing I would think? As well as provide the ability to "clean up" the federated model at different stages of construction.

    I also wonder if this could be accomplished by editing the Load/Unload model feature where there could be lock/unlock permissions where a certain model is always locked for some people (those than need singular straight-forward content to reference for install, i.e. Fabrication models) and unlocked for others (those that are modeling or reviewing the models and need to load in both Fabrication and Design models)."

    I think all of this would be possible with "In-Project Permissioning" like Jackson explained!

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    Jackson Murphy

    Kaden Kartchner I love the idea of archival throughout the tool (i.e. appearance templates/search sets relevant to design phase modelling as well). Items could potentially stay "shared" while still being behind an archival wall for everyday use.

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