4 Simple Ways to Organize Document Sets with Bluebeam Revu

As many BIM professionals know, moving from paper to digital documents can vastly improve efficiency and error avoidance in construction projects. Compared to paper documents, digital documents provide quicker access to up-to-date designs and information.

Yet why do so many companies hesitate to go digital? One of the biggest obstacles with going digital is a problem that is also experienced when using paper documentation: organization.

To get the most benefit from your digital documents, they must be clearly organized so that everyone who needs access can view what they need quickly and easily. If your team uses Bluebeam Revu, then you’re in luck! Did you know that Bluebeam Revu can help you create dynamic PDFs that will allow you to track all of your necessary documentation throughout the lifecycle of your projects?

Here Are Four Ways Bluebeam Revu Can Help Organize Your Document Set

  1. Automatically generate page labels and hyperlinks to create an easily navigable drawing set
  2. Extract documents for fast and easy performance downstream
  3. Use Sets to easily access and navigate an unlimited number of project files from various sources as though they are a single document in a single tab, which also automatically recognizes and organizes drawing revisions
  4. Perform batch processes to identify and compare changes between documents and dynamically slip-sheet revised files into the current project
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Join us next week for a free webinar on June 16th to learn more about organizing your document set with Bluebeam Revu! If you’re an AIA member, you can also earn an AIA continuing education credit for attending this presentation!

Register now for our upcoming Organizing Your Document Set with Bluebeam Revu webinar and check out more of our upcoming events!

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