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View only Tutorial or Help menu for OS non-users (without account)

EricGauthierEricGauthier Member Posts: 67 PRO
What about a tutorial explaining how to use the view only mode using a link for OS non-users? This tutorial could be directly available in the view only window. When I send a link to clients, they often don't know how to manipulate a 3D CAD. I think this tutorial could help me in convincing them to use my links instead of requiring me to send them CAD files.
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  • KatieHuffmanKatieHuffman Member, Onshape Employees, Developers Posts: 94
    edited May 2018
    @EricGauthier
    This is a great idea, and something we have thought about. We have captured it as an improvement request, and tagged you on it. As a professional user please submit any improvement requests using the feedback tool in the help menu of Onshape.
  • brendan_romano_romanobrendan_romano_romano Member Posts: 6 PRO
    I support this idea! I know there is a "what's new" video demonstrate how to use view only tool bar; but I have hard time locate this video every time I wish to encourage a non-CAD customer to use OnShape as a communication tool. 
    (If I am a dictator, I will make watching this video mandatory, lol~)
  • KatieHuffmanKatieHuffman Member, Onshape Employees, Developers Posts: 94
    @brendan_romano_romano
    When sharing with view only you can display a view-only toolbar that makes it easier for non-CAD users to rotate, pan, zoom, and access other view only options. The toolbar is pretty self-explanatory. This can be set in the company settings under Preferences. If you would like some kind of video content of how to use the view only toolbar, I can add that to our training to-do list.
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