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Thread: Upgrading Revit files (C4R, BIM 360)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyus View Post
    In Revit 2017, I can see all the projects in C4R where I have models. In Revit 2018, I don't see any. How do you get projects to be view-able in a new version of Revit?
    A new Project in BIM 360 Team is no longer required, you can follow these instructions. Note that you still end up upgrading the files locally, and the overall experience is still a bit tedious. We know we can do more here, but in the interim we wanted to remove the need to create a new BIM 360 Team project just to allow upgrading of the C4R models to a new file format.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle View Post
    A new Project in BIM 360 Team is no longer required, you can follow these instructions. Note that you still end up upgrading the files locally, and the overall experience is still a bit tedious. We know we can do more here, but in the interim we wanted to remove the need to create a new BIM 360 Team project just to allow upgrading of the C4R models to a new file format.

    -Kyle
    That's something at least - thanks!

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