The integration with iSqFt is available to iSqFt users and will be enabled within Assemble upon request. Please contact email@example.com to enable this feature.
Add a Shared View
To send shared views to your projects in iSqFt, you will first need to create a saved view in Assemble. To learn more about creating saved views, click here.
Once your view is active and ready to be sent to iSqFt, click on the button.
Toggle on Share outside of Assemble.
You can choose to send only the 3D model view to iSqFt or the 3D model view and the corresponding inventory for the view. iSqFt users that are granted permission to your iSqFt project documents will be able to navigate and select in the viewer, and will see ghosted (hidden) geometry but unable to explore that geometry.
With either the Viewer Only or Viewer and Inventory views, users that are granted permission to your iSqFt project documents will not be able to utilize the Properties panel available in Assemble, nor have access to the Model Tree and Visibility Settings, Grouping tool, or Column picker tool. End users will see the inventory and geometry exactly as you present it.
After selecting to share the Viewer Only or Viewer and Inventory, you will need to navigate to iSqFt and attach your shared view to your Project Documents.
In iSqFt, locate your project and select the Documents tab. Right-click on the Model Views folder to add your saved view from Assemble.
Select the project in Assemble to correspond with your iSqFt project. Note that only project containing shared views will be listed, and each project will list only the views that have been tagged to share in iSqFt.
Select the view or views that you would like to include as a iSqFt Project Document, and click Add.
Remove a Shared View
To remove a shared view from Assemble, click the button from your Assemble model inventory page, and then toggle off Share outside of Assemble.
You'll need to delete the model view from iSqFt, as well. iSqFt users that have been granted access to the model view will receive a notice, "This Assemble model view is not available."