AutoCAD 360 has a number of methods to enable you to upload your drawings into your account:
- Uploading via mobile Email attachment
Once you have AutoCAD 360 installed, your device’s email client will recognize DWG and DXF files that you receive as email attachments and open them in AutoCAD 360.
- Uploading from tablet desktop
Once you have AutoCAD 360 installed, your device will recognize DWG and DXF files and open them in AutoCAD 360.
- Uploading with the Web App
- Point the browser to www.autocad360.com and register or login to your online account.
- Click on the “Upload” button in the Drawings toolbar.
- Click “Browse” and locate the drawing or file you want to import to AutoCAD 360 from your computer - The drawings and the files will be imported automatically following your selection.
- Uploading the file requires an Internet connection (wireless or 3G)
- Files are securely stored on the Amazon platform, which is compliant with the highest security standards. Only you and the people you shared your files with, will have access to your files.
- AutoCAD 360 supports opening drawings of up to 10MB (Android and iOS offer subscriptions with 30/40MB limits)
- The storage limit for the AutoCAD 360 account is 5G (Android and iOS offer subscriptions with 25/100GB space)
- When you open a file it's automatically saved locally so it can be later accessed offline as well.