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Your guide to working remotely with Catenda Hub

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The sudden shift to remote work for millions of people means additional pressure for teams to stay aligned, feel connected, and get work done on time. Catenda Hub (previously Bimsync) was built for this. Because it’s an open Common Data Environment (CDE), all your work— conversations, files, even third-party applications such as Slack and SharePoint — is organized in one place and accessible from anywhere. This makes it easier to access information, collaborate effectively with your teams and, ultimately, get work done faster. Here are five top tips to help remote teams get started using Catenda Hub (previously Bimsync).

1. Use projects to create a virtual office in Catenda Hub

In Catenda Hub (previously Bimsync), work happens in “Projects” — dedicated spaces for all the stakeholders involved in a construction project. Instead of working in the same location together, “projects” allow everyone to follow up and stay up to date with the latest files and decisions, keeping your team naturally aligned from anywhere. In your project space, information (models, documents, issues) is centralized and readily accessible and is no longer scattered across multiple email threads.

As a first step, you need to be connected to your Catenda Hub (previously Bimsync) account. You will then have to click on “new project” in the top right corner as shown in the picture below.