This article provides a rundown of the EOL cycle and a list of all current Bluebeam products that are reaching or have reached EOL.
EOL Cycle for Products
When a product starts approaching End of Life, Bluebeam will announce the official End of Life date via email and support.bluebeam.com. Before the official End of Life date, the product enters the End of Development stage, during which no further patches or updates will be released. After End of Development, the product will reach End of Sale, and the product will no longer be available for purchase.
After End of Sale, the product enters the End of Support stage, during which licenses are no longer fully supported, and technical support is no longer available. However, users can continue to access our online knowledge base as a self-help option for legacy products. For more information, please see Supported versions and support tiers.
All Bluebeam EOL Products
|Product/Version||End of Sale||End of Support||End of Life|
|Revu 2019 & Below*||March 22, 2022||March 21, 2023||March 21, 2023|
|Bluebeam Drawings||March 22, 2022||March 21, 2023||March 21, 2023|
|Vu 2017 & Below||N/A||March 21, 2023||March 21, 2023|
|Revu for Mac*||March 1, 2019||March 1, 2020||March 21, 2023|
|Studio Enterprise||March 1, 2019||September 30, 2024||September 30, 2024|
|Bluebeam Q||February 18, 2020||February 18, 2020||March 1, 2020|
*After March 21, 2023 licenses for Revu 2019 & below and Revu for Mac will no longer be fully supported. Users with perpetual licenses will still be able to work with a licensed device but won’t be allowed to transfer, downgrade, or re-register their license(s). Open license and enterprise license users will lose all access.
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Revu for Mac
Revu 2017 & Below