Using your free project on join.bimcollab.com
BIMcollab Join (
) is the free version of BIMcollab Cloud, which permits you to test our solution.
A lot of features which are available in a personal space, can also be tested in Join, but the number of active projects is limited. By default, a user is part of the Example Project as a viewer, and can have one personal active project at the same time. A user can also be added to the personal projects of other users as a team member.
Do not set up commercial projects on the free account on join.bimcollab.com. It is a generic testing environment for almost 100000 users, and is not scalable on demand for your test project's requirements. You are always limited to 5 users and 1 active project.
If you decide to run your commercial project on the free environment, do note that we hold all the rights to make changes to the functionalities and limitations of the free account without further notice.
Inactive projects will be deleted after 3 months.
In your personal projects you are Project leader, which means that you can setup the project and add / invite team members. Within the project, team members can have different roles. Project leaders and editors can create, edit and respond to issues. Other team members will act as viewers or reviewers only. Viewers will be able to see all the issues but cannot alter them. Reviewers can leave comments and approve issues but like viewers cannot make any other changes.
Create new projects on Join
If you want to start a new project click on the 'New project' button in the upper righthand corner on the 'My Projects' page.
When creating a new project, you can define the project's name and
choose a personal cover image for the project by clicking on the camera icon on the default image.
When the project has been created set additional project characteristics like the start and end date op the project,
invite Team members
, and set other
for the project.
Customers using the free plan of BIMcollab are limited to a single active project. It is possible to create multiple projects, but your currently active project will deactivate automatically when you start a new one. Previously deactivated projects can be reactivated, which will automatically deactivate the currently active project as well.
All other plans will provide you with an unlimited number of active projects.
Define project properties
After you have created a new project you can now change the project’s properties so that it meets your requirements. Go to your project’s Settings page in BIMcollab Cloud Click on any property and then on the ‘New’ button to create a new value In ...
Add and invite team members on join.bimcollab.com
This article describes how to add team members to your free project on join.bimcollab.com. To know how to add team members to a project in a private space, consult the article Add and invite team members in a private space. Project leaders can add ...
Set your language of your BIMcollab account
My BIMcollab ID / Join.bimcollab.com On join.bimcollab.com, click on your avatar, and choose 'My account' You are redirected to your My BIMcollab ID page, and can select the language you prefer under 'Preferences' Click 'Save' Private BIMcollab Cloud ...
Migrate projects from join.bimcollab.com to a private space
BIMcollab cloud doesn't currently support moving projects from join.bimcollab.com to a private space, or from one private space to the other. However, you can share some of the data by transferring issues between projects from different spaces. ...
Explore the example project
Give BIMcollab a try and access the example project to see how you can add or edit issues, regardless of the used platform. All you need to do is follow these steps: Using the web application In your web browser, navigate to join.bimcollab.com Log in ...