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Three Things to Master in Revu to Elevate Your Studio Sessions

Want to maximise the digital collaboration Studio Sessions has to offer? Master these Revu capabilities first


Create a Custom Profile

Building a Custom Profile in Revu allows users to store toolbars, menus, and other display settings. In short, profiles can be used to shape the user interface of Revu for common job functions within an organisation.

Some users, for instance, may only need to view, not edit, documents, so a Custom Profile allows them to see an interface that offers them tools relevant to that function. On the other hand, job functions that require more extensive use of the editing features in Revu may require a completely different interface.

Build a Tool Chest

As with profiles, users should create Custom Markups as an extension to their Tool Chests in Revu. This allows users to standardise the way they’re communicating. It also keeps frequently used markup tools available for use and reuse.

The Tool Chest automatically remembers recently used markups, can reapply a markup in its entirety and automatically scales tools to fit different drawings – all without having to recreate the tool to match the drawing’s scale.

know and use the Markups List

The Markups List in Revu automatically tracks markups placed on a PDF. This includes a markup’s author, date, colour, and any comments associated with each markup.

Knowing how to use the Markups List is paramount to using Studio Sessions because it’s the clearest way for everyone to see an organised log on each and every markup, who’s making the markup and any notes or comments that are associated with any comment made to the document. With Custom Statuses created before the Session, project collaborators are able to set, track and export approvals on any task requested via a markup.

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