Get access to Fusion 360 with your Autodesk subscription

April 10, 2019 Joanna Gryszka

To get access to your Fusion 360 subscription, it needs to be assigned to you in Autodesk Account.  

Fusion 360 is included with a Autodesk Product Design & Manufacturing Collection (single/multi-user subscription) and Product Design Suites on maintenance contracts.  It can also be purchased separately.

The Contract Manager, Software Coordinator or Primary/Secondary Admins can all assign Fusion 360 to a user.

In Autodesk Account, under User Management assign Fusion 360 to the user:

Product Design & Manufacturing Collection or Product Design Suite subscriptions:

◊ Each multi-user/network seat allows you to assign cloud services to 3 users. ◊

Product Design & Manufacturing Collection:

  • On the Product Design & Manufacturing Collection put a check mark beside 'Assign'
  • Fusion 360 will automatically be assigned as part of the seat

PDMC-assign Fusion 360

Product Design Suite:

  • On the Product Design Suite line item, put a check mark beside 'Assign'
  • Fusion 360 will automatically be assigned as part of the seat

PDS-assign Fusion 360

Fusion 360 Single-user subscription:

  • On the Fusion 360 line item put a check mark beside 'Assign'

Assign Fusion 360

About the Author

Joanna Gryszka

Manufacturing Technical Support Specialist

Joanna has over eight years of experience working with Autodesk products. She started supporting core AutoCAD and network installations of all Autodesk products. She now has five years of experience with Inventor.
She graduated from Mechanical Engineering and has been providing solutions to clients and dedicating her knowledge to the Solution Center since then.

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