II - Create and Enable Projects

II - Create and Enable Projects

The user must be BIM360 Account Administrator to perform the following steps.

1. Create a KitConnect account

  1. Navigate to app.kitconnect.io
  2. Create a new account with us, using your BIM360 email.

2. Create or enable a project for use with KitConnect

  1. Start from the Account Admin page at app.kit-connect.com
  2. In the "Projects" tab, select a BIM360 project to enable
  3. Alternately, you can create a new one from scratch using the "Create Project' button
Project failing to enable successfully? Check out the troubleshooting article.
The project creation process may take a few moments. It is performing a bit of back-end work to add the Content Library feature to your BIM360 project. Once it's complete, you should see an email confirmation.

3. Finally, invite more users: Part III - Invite Additional KitConnect Users


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