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To any Pro users not using Release Management...
Just a gentle nudge. If you happen to be a pro user and you're not currently using the included "release management" tools then I heartily recommend you give them a look.
I'd let them slide past me (a bit like labels when they were introduced) but saw PT demo them as an incidental part of a webinar as am impressed.
In a nutshell Documents have Versions, Parts have Revisions. (Could we please have words that sound a little more different to each other next time please!) Say "Version-Revision" 10 times and then let me know which is which...
Use part revisions in place of document versions and no more annoying update icons for all the parts that haven't changed in all your assemblies when you add a single new part to your "common parts library document".
I've been bleating about this for ages and the solution was right there.
There are other good things too, but worth it for this alone IMHO.
Business Systems and Configuration Controller