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We are investigating the use of Slack for communicating within a Big Room for a large institutional project. We expect to have 50 team members across A/E/C/O and will be meeting in about 13 cluster groups. We will be working in Revit, C4R, and the idea is to use Slack for quick communication between members of the clusters and between folks working in Revit.
(In 2019, we understand that AutoDesk has removed the Communicator from BIM 360.)
If you have experience, please share.
Tara Brown Architect
T 602 507 4416 C 602 617 5118
We use Slack and have been for more than a year. It is a very good tool to communicate quickly with multiple groups/studios and team members. We have 50 on it now.
Chip Desmone, AIA, LEED AP
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Pittsburgh, PA 15201
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