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    Attention: REVIZTO FREE EDITOR

    Important information for all of our Revizto Users:
    Our licensing model will be changing after July 23rd with our upcoming Revizto 3.5 release.


    One of our goals at Revizto is to have our tool be the most affordable and effortless collaboration tool in the AEC industry. With that being said, we wanted to notify you about our new licensing model that is coming on 23rd of July.

    New Model:

    Our Revizto Editor, Viewer and exporter for all our supported AEC software products will now be FREE! This means anyone can install and use the Revizto Editor to convert BIM data to Revizto without any limits for number of computers being used. Yes, this means if one has no need for collaboration, Revizto will be free of charge in the new model!

    Users of Revizto will only pay when there is a need to share a project through the cloud and use the Revizto Collaboration features such as Issue tracker, Camera sharing. This means one can simply invite a “collaborator” from their pool of collaborators using the “share” button from the Revizto Editor.

    Our licensing bundles are now even easier! Simply select the bundle that fits the amount of users you would like to collaborate with, then invite them using the “share” button from the Revizto Editor. When a user accepts your invitation to collaborate it will simultaneously update the amount of collaborators still available. To the right of a collaborators name under the “share” button you can click the “x” button to take them off a project and simultaneously free up an additional collaborator.

    Professional usage:

    3 collaborators and 3 projects stored on the cloud (regardless of the size of the project) will cost $450 per year.
    10 collaborators and 10 projects stored on the cloud (regardless of the size of the project) will cost $1500 per year.
    20 collaborators and 20 projects stored on the cloud (regardless of the size of the project) will cost $3000 per year.


    Aforementioned plans will be available to pay yearly as well as monthly.

    Business usage:


    100 collaborators and 100 projects stored on the cloud (regardless of the size of the project) will cost $10,000 per year.
    250 collaborators and 250 projects stored on the cloud (regardless of the size of the project) will cost $15,000 per year.
    500 collaborators and 500 projects stored on the cloud (regardless of the size of the project) will cost $25,000 per year.


    In addition, there will also be Enterprise solution that can be discussed with our Revizto Staff.

    Another important NOTE: For those collaborating with other Revizto paying user/s this will be FREE for both parties and our system will not count those users as collaborators.

    Existing customers:

    All existing Revizto Version 3 users will be converted to new plans and to their existing plans we will add more collaborators until the end of their paid period. For Revizto 2 users the Cloud will not be available from July 23rd.
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    So, we talked about this in email already, but just so we're clear:

    If you paid for v2 (which was adamantly stated as not a subscription model), you ARE losing functionality on July 23rd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twiceroadsfool View Post
    So, we talked about this in email already, but just so we're clear:

    If you paid for v2 (which was adamantly stated as not a subscription model), you ARE losing functionality on July 23rd.

    You are not losing V2 functionality you can use it, more over you will be able to use V3.5 for FREE so if you don't subscribe the only thing you can't do is to share your projects via Revizto Cloud and use Issue Tracker.

    Again all the functionality in Revizto will be available and you can export stand alone projects to PC and/or MAC Viewers.

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    If we purchased v2, we currently have the ability to sync to the cloud, and send a link to clients. That functionality was part of V2, which we were told was a one-time purchase. I ***DO*** understand the plight of operating costs and server space, but it *IS* changing the deal, for people who were given that functionality and told it was a one time fee for that product, as long as they didnt want upgrades to future version.

    Not starting a debate, just wanted to be clear about that change.

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    Website still/currently says "Download Free 30-day Trial", rather than (as I imagined it would) "Download"... has the changeover not happened yet?

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    Holy crap the new features in Revizto are awesome.

    I would guess the website hasn't been updated because they were all in DC for RTC

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    So if there was one new feature of Revizto (Which by the way, we have been saying it wrong for years....it's Re-Viz-Toe not Re-Viz-to...even Aaron was pronouncing it incorrectly) it would be that you can export Sheets along with the 3D model and then you can do this!!

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    I was very excited to show the new features to everyone at RTC. I'll be putting together a pretty great *demo* showing off all of the above, in the next few weeks. Yaya revizzzztoee!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twiceroadsfool View Post
    I was very excited to show the new features to everyone at RTC. I'll be putting together a pretty great *demo* showing off all of the above, in the next few weeks. Yaya revizzzztoee!!
    Meant to tell ya...awesome presentation!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MPwuzhere View Post
    (Which by the way, we have been saying it wrong for years....it's Re-Viz-Toe not Re-Viz-to...even Aaron was pronouncing it incorrectly) i
    speak for yourself paleface I've been saying it correctly since day 1.
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