You can now select and edit assets in 3D view!
To access, go to Editor > Click the 3D view on the bottom left.
Drag and drop an asset on top of an existing asset - will automatically place the new one on top of the existing one.
We recently launched a user access management feature that helps you manage your team's permissions to invite new users, view, edit, and order new floor plan conversions. This feature is currently for enterprise subscriptions only. Contact us to get your access.
Go to Account > Team
When a user's permission is set as Admin, s/he can:
When a user's permission is set as Can Edit, s/he can:
When a user's permission is set as Can View, s/he can:
When a user has Can Order checked, s/he can place orders for floor plan conversions.
When a user has Can Order unchecked, s/he cannot place orders for floor plan conversions.
We made it easier to replace an existing asset with a new one. To do that, select an asset in your floor plan > click the "asset name" dropdown on the right detail panel.
For your convenience, we automatically suggest similar assets you can use, or you can type in the name of the asset you'd like to use in the search bar.
Once you've replaced the selected asset, you can use "Replace all" to swap out the remaining old assets with the new assets.
We have added a unit toggle between metric <> imperial units in our viewer, so any user can now change units on the fly.
The model's default unit setting is set by its geolocation. For example, if the address of the model is in New York, USA, the model will by default load in imperial units.
To set your model's address: log-in to your account > go to the model, simply click the gear icon on the bottom left of your viewer and enter the address in the pop-up "Scene settings" window, then click "Save".
If you want to share your model with someone that prefers to view it in different units, you can also customize it via the Share settings.
We added the ability to show ceiling lights in 2D so you can select and edit them.
To show ceiling lights, simply right-click on the floor plan > click "show ceiling lights". To hide ceiling lights, right-click on the floor plan > click "hide ceiling lights".
You can also toggle the lights on/off with shortcut ctrl/command + L