Register for Autodesk Tandem Community

It’s easy to sign up to the Autodesk TandemTM Community and help connect the digital world to the real world.   By choosing to join this community space, you will also get the opportunity to participate in the beta program.

SIGN UP TO JOIN THE COMMUNITY

Step 1- Visit the following link to sign up: https://feedback.autodesk.com/key/tandem-apply

Step 2- Once you sign up and submit your request, you will be granted access within a day or two. Be sure to check  the site after a couple of days to confirm that you have been given access, you will not be receiving an email notification that you have been added.

Step 3- Once you have been granted access to the community, you will be able to access user forums, provide feedback, and view recorded videos. 

SIGN UP FOR BETA

Step 1- Now that you are a member of the community, you have the opportunity to participate in the Autodesk Tandem Beta. Look for “Become a Beta Tester” in the upper left-hand corner of the screen and select it to apply.

Step 2-Autodesk will process your application, which can take up to 48 hours. Once approved, you will receive a confirmation email with instructions with next steps.

Helpful hint – After you’ve been accepted as a beta tester, when you log back into the Tandem Community, “Become a Beta Tester” will be replaced with “Beta Testers – START Here”.   Clicking this option will provide input on getting started which will be covered in the next Tandem blog

 

 

About the Author

Peter Costanzo, FMP

Director, Facilities Management Solutions<br><br>Peter has worked in IMAGINiT’s Facilities Management group for over 15 years and has held progressively larger roles within the division. Peter’s unique blend of experience in hardware, software, digital twins, IoT and facilities management applications allows him to work with clients to craft solutions that meet both current and future facility management needs. Peter is a proponent of technical applications for building information modeling within facilities management.

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