What’s a Bluebeam ID?
To improve license management and account access, we’ve consolidated access to Bluebeam Studio, the Bluebeam Gateway, and Bluebeam Drawings into one login, called the Bluebeam ID (BBID).
Studio accounts and the Bluebeam ID
If you had a Bluebeam Studio account prior to March 2019, your Studio login info is now your BBID. You shouldn’t notice any difference in your login process. To sign into Studio, use your existing Studio account email and password.
Creating a Bluebeam ID
The BBID can be used to access Studio in Revu, Bluebeam Drawings, and the Bluebeam Gateway (if you’re a Gateway admin). If you don’t already have a BBID (previously called a Studio account), you will be prompted to create one when accessing any of those services.
Resetting your password
You can reset your password by following these steps.
Changing the email associated with your Bluebeam ID
If you need to change the email address you use for a BBID, follow the steps in Change the email address for your Studio account (BBID).
Accessing the Gateway with your Bluebeam ID
If you’re a Gateway admin and you last accessed the Gateway prior to March 2019, your account credentials may have changed.
If your existing Gateway account used the same email as your Studio account:
This is now your BBID. Sign in using the email and password for your Studio account. You can reset your password if you need to.
If your existing Gateway account used a different email from your Studio account:
Create a BBID using the same email address as your existing Gateway account.
If you have a Gateway account but have never had a Studio account:
Create a BBID using the same email address as your existing Gateway account.If you don’t use the same email address as your existing Gateway account, your license information will not transfer to your BBID.
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