Preparing the document prior to bringing it into your session, will make for a smooth reviewing process.
- Choosing the correct columns to use.
This includes but is not limited to columns headed with Subject, Status, Author and Responsibilities. Taking the time to make sure there are categories under the Status column that correlate for phases of Review and the project contributors.
- Creating a Custom Tool Chest within Bluebeam.
Creating a Custom Tool Chest for QA/QC will assist in consistency of review across the board. Tool chests within Bluebeam are shareable with other Bluebeam Users, even inside of a Bluebeam Studio Session.
- Communication amongst reviewers.
Utilize the Alert and Reply feature within Bluebeam, will ensure items are being recognized and addressed. Chat functionality is also available within Studio Session, however this does allow for the call to attention as the alert feature does.
For more information on how to get the most out of Bluebeam Revu or to download a free trial, visit TPM’s website.
Contributed by TPM, Inc., a Bluebeam Gold Partner.