This article applies to:
- Revu 20 & below
An upgrade is when you go from one major version of Revu to another major version of Revu. For example, going from Revu 2019 to Revu 21 is considered an upgrade. For Revu 20 and below, upgrades need to be purchased — except for users with active Maintenance.
Upgrades vs. updates
An upgrade is not the same as an update. An update is a software patch that delivers bug fixes and other minor improvements. For example, going from Revu 20 to Revu 20.1 is considered an update. Updates are free and included with your license or subscription plan. To install updates within Revu, select Help > Check for Updates.
Upgrade to Revu 21
If your license has active Maintenance
If your license doesn’t have Maintenance
For more information about how to transition your entire organization to subscription, check out our Subscription Implementation Guide.
Install Revu 21
After you upgrade to Revu 21, you can install it onto your computer. With a subscription, you won’t need to register your named-user license with a serial number or product key. Logging in with your Bluebeam ID (BBID) will authenticate your license.
Revu 2017 & Below
Licensing & Registration