How to work offline

Quick Tip: Simply allow for your files to sync locally while online, and when finished you can edit on-the-go.

AutoCAD 360 mobile app for iOS and Android allows you to view and edit your drawings when you are offline. Once the files have been synced locally, you will be able to open them without an Internet connection. Any of the files that were downloaded will be available to view, edit and markup as normal.

All changes that you make to the drawing while you are offline are automatically saved. Once you reconnect to the internet, the changes you have made will be uploaded and saved online as the latest version of your drawing.
 
Additional Information:
  •  For more explanations about Using AutoCAD 360 when offline, try this tutorial: http://mobilehelp.autocad360.com/customer/portal/articles/1152248-how-to-work-offline 
  • If changes were made online while you were offline (this might occur if the file is shared, left open on the web app or if your internet connection is very unstable) then the changes are synced back as a version to the Version History. The offline changes are not lost - you can go to the web app (www.autocad360.com) and check the Version History.
Useful tips:
  • You can sign in to the app even when you are not connected to the internet provided that you have signed in with the same credentials previously.
  •  Video- Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mhHC17D9rDs 
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