BIMcollab Twin consist of multiple modules in the Project Environment. The functionality of each module is tailored to the specific phase of a building life cycle: from design to use and management. Different plans have different modules available, which you can view on the comparison page.
The different modules can be turned on or off per user role so that users have the functionalities needed for their role.
  1. My projects (1): each user has their own overview of all accounts and projects they have access to. The My projects bar is turned off by clicking on the my projects text again.
  2. Dashboard: the dashboard provides a summary of all latest information for a selected location, project or phase.
  3. Documents: different files can be classified and uploaded in this module.
  4. Communication: this module provides an overview of different communication items that can be created in BIMcollab Twin.
  5. Realization: the realization module is used to review and approve/reject documents that are ready for implementation.
  6. Workflows: this module hosts all active workflows within the project or project phase.
  7. Spaces and Areas: provides an overview of spaces and areas within a project, including a 3D viewer, surface and space states, and BAG accommodation objects.
  8. Roombook: offers an overview of all rooms in the project with summary information for each.
  9. 3D objects: is a module with an web-based model viewer where you can visualize the models in your project.
  10. Materials: in this module you can view an overview of all materials present in the project.

Project Information

Below are the modules storing information about project information.
  1. Protocol: a collection of agreements and protocols that apply to the selected project or project phase. The project manager can write additional text to clarify the agreements.
  2. Companies: a list of all companies that are participating in the selected project or project phase.
  3. Users: a list of all users who have access to the selected project or project phase.
  4. Teams: a list of all teams and team members in this project or project phase.
The modules and project information can be selected from the blue bar on the left side of the interface. This blue bar can also be minimized by clicking on the blue arrow (1) next to the bar.

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