Modelo is a project-based presentation and communication platform
The first thing you see when you log into Modelo is the Project List page. This is where you can browse through and search for specific projects as well as create new projects.
Projects are the top layer of organization for user data in Modelo. You can create unlimited projects and within your projects you can create unlimited folders to store and organize your information.
Modelo is intended to serve both individual users as well as organizations with hundreds of users. The rest of this article will describe the project creation process:
Create a Project
Start by clicking Create Project in the Projects List page. Give your project a descriptive name so it's easily searchable in the future as the number of projects in your list grow.
Once your project is created, Modelo automatically creates a folder called "Phase 1". This is a sample folder. Feel free to delete it or rename it to your own standards. For the purposes of this tutorial, we've also uploaded a Revit file in the Phase 1 folder.
The Project page is split into two sections. On the left, you have all of your All 3D Models, an editable Project Overview information section and a list of the current Team Members.
On the right hand side is a panel that toggles between Project Wall and Assets. The Project Wall is a place for users to have running conversations in real time or asynchronously about the project. Assets provides Dropbox-like functionality to store and transfer your non-3D files in a folder tree.
Currently this project has only one member, "Modelo Staff". By selecting the red outlined plus symbol in the screen below this user can invite others to the project.
For Studio or Company users, it's important to note that inviting someone to a project does not automatically invite them to join your company. If invited, a user can be a member of a project without being a member of a company.