How to create a Bluebeam ID

This article applies to:

  • Revu 20
  • Revu 2019
  • Revu 2018

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To create a Bluebeam ID (BBID):

  1. Open the Studio (Alt+C) panel.
  2. Click the Studio dropdown button, then click Sign in .
  3. Go to Create Account at the top right.
  4. Enter the following information:
    • Your first and last name.
    • A display name to be associated with all of the edits and markups you do while working in Studio.
    • The email address you want to use as your Bluebeam Studio username. Studio Session and Project invitations, along with notifications and alerts will be emailed to this address.
    • The password you want to use for your BBID. Your password must be 8 – 32 characters long, include an uppercase letter, a lowercase letter, one number and one special character (!@#$, etc.).

  5. Click Create Account

You’ll receive a “Welcome to Bluebeam Studio” email containing a link for validating your new BBID. If the account isn’t validated within seven (7) days, it will be disabled.

The validation link will expire after 24 hours. Clicking an expired validation link will notify Bluebeam to send you another link. If the email doesn’t arrive in your inbox, please check your spam or junk email folder, and make sure that do-not-reply@bluebeamops.com is on the approved list of senders.

Other versions of this article

Revu 2017 and older
You can create your new Bluebeam Studio account by following the steps listed below:

  1. Open the Studio tab (or Alt+ C).
  2. Click the Connect icon.
  3. Click Create Account in the login screen.
  4. When the Create Studio Account window appears, enter the following information:
    1. The email address you want to use as your Bluebeam Studio username.

      This is the email address that will receive all Studio Session and Project invitations, as well as other emails from Bluebeam Studio such as Notifications and Alerts.

    2. Enter and confirm the password you want to use for your account.

      Your password needs to be between 8 and 32 characters long, with at least one uppercase letter, one lowercase letter, one number and one special character, such as !@#$%^&*.

    3. Click the Remember Password checkbox if you want Revu to log in to Studio whenever you open the program.
      Only click the Use Windows Authentication checkbox if your company uses Bluebeam Studio Enterprise Server, as this won’t work with studio.bluebeam.com. If you’re unsure about this, please ask your IT department to confirm whether you need to use this authentication method.
    4. Click OK.

You’ll receive a “Welcome to Bluebeam Studio” email containing a link for validating your new account. If the account isn’t validated within seven days, it will be disabled.

If the email doesn’t arrive in your inbox, please check your spam or junk email folder, and make sure that do-not-reply@bluebeamops.com is on the approved list of senders.

More Information

Please check out the Bluebeam Support page where you’ll find video tutorials and FAQ’s covering various topics, such as attending Studio Sessions or joining Projects, as well as the Revu Help Guide.

 

Before logging into Bluebeam Studio, you must create an account. Learn how to create one with your email address and gain access to Projects and Sessions.

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