My.SolidWorks introduced at SolidWorks World 2013Written by Mike Edwards Tuesday, 22 January 2013 08:27
My.SolidWorks for beta use has been announced at SolidWorks World 2013 in Orlando, FL. The portal is intended to help pull some of the most popular SolidWorks content, such as forums, blogs, Twitter feed, YouTube channel and online help together into a single place.
"Our hope is that it lets customers connect with one another, discover, and share everything SolidWorks, in one seamless experience," according to Bertrand Sicot, CEO of SolidWorks. "It also gives you the ability to search for answers to questions across multiple platforms, and get results in a single view."
My.SolidWorks is completely open and completely free. Anyone can browse and sort through the content available, and if users already have a customer portal forum account, they can save their preferences, share content and bookmark articles to read later. For those without an account, a user can create one directly within My.SolidWorks.
Access to the Knowledge Base will be available soon to subscription customers, as well as access to 3D ContentCentral.
The full version of My.SolidWorks is expected to launch later this spring, and you can expect frequent updates to the platform.
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