Deploy and set-up your Onfly Boost in just 15 minutes🚀🚀 To set up your Onfly space and have your object library available in a few minutes, nothing could be simpler, follow the following steps : 🚀🚀
1 – Download our plugin, which will enable you to access your objects directly from Revit.
To download our plugin, click "download plugin" when Onfly opens.
Download our plugin (https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/88ded96fee996000/plugin-dlpng13qg3Some readers
Understand the features of onfly Boost through a demo in 15 minutes🎉🎉 🎉🎉
You have followed the steps in the Deploy your Onfly boost and set it up in 15 minutes article.
You are now ready to discover all the features offered by the boost offer.
After watching this demonstration video, you will be operational in order to organize your BIM object library in your Onfly space.
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How do I upload my object library to my onfly?1️⃣
The upload is the first sending of the object to the Onfly platform, at this stage identifiers specific to BIM & CO will be added to the object to link it to the object of the platform. This function allows you to select objects from a project and upload them to Onfly either from the model or from a local folder.
I have an error page, what should I do?❌❌ Whatever error page you find: ❌❌
Make sure you clicked on the correct link in the email or have the URL correctly in the browser.
If you are still having difficulties, try clearing your browser's cache and cookies , then try again.
If the problem persists, contact our teams via the chat on one of our pages
How do you monitor access by profile?✋🤚
The ADMINISTRATION tab allows you to access the User management centre, in which you can manage the members of your Onfly platform, pending invitations, and also the permissions assigned to each member.
You can invite new members to Onfly using their email addresses.
Click on the "Invite new members" button
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Is there an Onfly demo account that I can use to give me an ideal of the service?🤩 Our offers and products interest you but you want to test before you start?
➡ No problem, you just have to send us a request to obtain a free trial period accompanied by our teams by connecting to this page and filling out the form.
You can also send an Onfly demo request to our team (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org?subject=Demande%20d'acc%C3%A8s%20au%20compte%20d%C3%A9mo&body=Nom%20%3A%0APr%C3%A9nom%20%3A%0ASoci%C3%A9t%C3%A9%20%3A%0ANuFew readers
When we use Onfly, are we required to use one account per user, or one per department?👨👨👧👧 One account per user. 👨👨👧👧
An "Onfly user" corresponds to an email address, used to log into Onfly or to the plug-in.
Numerous data-related functions require that each email address is associated with an individual person.
The administrator for your company can invite each member of the team to sign up to Onfly using an email address, can then define their roles and permissions.Few readers
How do you download an object from the site?✨✨
All you have to do is click on the blue button at the end of the line of the desired object.
When downloading via the Onfly web page, the originally uploaded file is available.Few readers
Is there an online 3D file viewer?👀 👀
By selecting each object, the inspector on the right opens and you can have a 3D view of this object online by clicking on "preview"
A pop-up opens in which the object can be manipulated in its different dimensions.Few readers
How can I view the deteails and the CAO/BIM parameters of files?💡
When you click on a file in the list, an inspector opens to the right of the page.
This inspector gathers information from the object in the top section, as well as the parameters for the file selected in the bottom section. Parameters are only present for BIM files for the time being.
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How do I search for an object?🔎 The file search page is essential within the Onfly platform.
It allows you to search, filter, and select files uploaded via the plugin and stored on your platform. They are displayed in the form of a central list - when you click on a file, the inspector allows you to display all of its information, in particular the Revit families parameters.
The Onfly search engine🔎 A simple file search can be performed in the same way on the platform as in the plugin.
This field allows you to enter one or more words that will be used for the search within the following attributes:
Name of the file
Name of the variant (type)
It is not necessary to separate the words with any character. The Onfly search engine adapts toSome readers
Use of filters in the search🔍 The objective when searching for files using filters is, beginning with your entire library, to incrementally filter the files in order to find those that meet your current need.
This search is naturally combined with the simple search already carried out.
The "Filters" button displays a banner on the left that enables the filtering of the results in accordance with various criteria, such as:
How are the files sorted?🔍 In the Onfly Files view, it is possible to sort files according to various criteria:
Relevance (when a simple search has been performed)
All of this can be sorted in ascending or descending order.Few readers
Searching by tag🔍 Click inside the "Level of detail" field, the list of available LODs is displayed.
You can add one or multiple to your search. The LODs must be added for each field in the editor.Few readers
Searching by level of detail🔍 Click inside the "Level of detail" field, the list of available LODs is displayed.
You can add one or multiple to your search.
The LODs must be added for each field in the editor.Few readers
Searching by software application🔍 Once again, the method is the same as for parameters. Click on the "Software" field, and the list of available software applications is displayed. Click on the values according to which you want to apply filters.
Depending on the software selection, a content filter is displayed, in particular for BIM applications, in order to refine the search.Few readers
Searching by classification🔍 By clicking in the classification field, the list of the platform's standard classifications is displayed. You then select one of them by clicking on its name.
🔍 The list of classification nodes is then displayed. Some greyed-out nodes are not accessible, as there are no objects associated with this class in the library. Clicking on an active node displays all of the objects of the selected level, asFew readers
Searching by CAO/BIM parameter🔍 The method is the same as that for classifications Click on the "Parameters" field. The list of the parameters for all of the available files is displayed.
If, for example, you have already previously selected a classification, the number of available properties will be much fewer.
After having selectedFew readers
How are collections and favorites managed?❤ Collections and Favorites are groups of objects that you can create. Whether to group by projects, by categories or your own criteria. Each user has his own group of favorites, this one is personal and cannot be shared, on the other hand the collections are created by the administrators and are shared with all the users of the Onfly.
Collections and favorites are accessible in the "Content" menu of the navigation bar.
Favorites are accessible in the "Collections" page
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How do you download an object from the plugin?✈ In the file view, in the plugin, files are pre-filtered depending on the software and the version used, thus enabling the optimisation of the file search.
During a download via the BIM&CO plugin, the file is available in the list of files...
... and in the inspector for the selected files.
How does the drafter / collection palette work in the plugin?✈ The Collection palette is available from Revit 2018
1 - Synchronize data from collections
By clicking on this icon, the Collection palette connects to Onfly in order to synchronize the existing collections. A preview of each object compatible with the current version of Revit that has been released is displayed. At this stage they are not yet usable in the project becauseFew readers
Are the objects uploaded online available from the drafter palette in the plugin?❤❤ ❤❤
Yes because your onfly space is synchronized online with the plugin
However, you must remember to load the collections you want to have in the drafter palette from the Revit plugin to see the objects appear.
You have to repeat the action each time you update your collectionsFew readers