ACC New Feature Highlights: Project Activity Log

June 24, 2024 Jeremy Smith

A number of enhancements and tools have been added to the Autodesk Construction Cloud (ACC) platform over the last several months.   Like me, you may find it difficult to keep up to date with all of them.

The purpose of this series "ACC New Feature Highlights..." is to single out a few features and show how they can improve your workflows.


Project Activity Log

Legacy (Old) Functionality:

Customers familiar with the "Next-gen" BIM 360 Document Management ( platform may have made use of the activity log that could be exported from Project Admin > Services > Document Management > Activity.  Once completed, the log would be emailed as a downloadable CSV format.

Before this enhancement was added, the only way to view activity in projects on the Autodesk Docs ( platform  was to browse to the folder(s) containing files and export a files log for that folder and subfolders (see image below). 

New Functionality:

The Project Admin module (shown below) now includes an "Activity" tab (1).  This allows administrators to view project activity for a number of items, including Admin, Docs, Issues, and Sheets.

Administrators can select a date range (2) for the activity.  In this version of the feature, you are limited to 31-day increments, and you can only view activity for the last twelve (12) months.

Also, the activity can be filtered by one or more members (3).

The ability to view a timeline greater than twelve months, export the activity log, and other tools will be available in future versions.

See the FAQ for more information.


This enhancements provides greater insight into project activities for administrators as it includes items besides files.

See Also:

What's New in ACC (Vince Daniele):

About the Author

Jeremy Smith

Sr. Technical Support Specialist, AEC<br><br>Jeremy has been delivering service and technical support to customers in the AEC industry for over 25 years. He gained much of his AutoCAD/Revit experience serving as CAD Manager at multiple MEP/FP engineering firms in the Greater Boston Area. He then worked at Autodesk as a Technical Support Specialist, eventually becoming a manager overseeing the Revit and Vault support teams. Jeremy is excited to be in his current role as Sr. Technical Support Specialist at IMAGINiT, as it allows him the opportunity to work directly with customers every day and help them successfully leverage Autodesk’s solutions to achieve their business goals.

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