Graphisoft merges Archicad Talk & English-Language help centre to create new platform

by Liam Turner
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Graphisoft has merged Archicad Talk and the English-Language help centre into a singular platform.

The service, called Graphisoft Community, has been designed to allow users to access feedback from peers and Graphisoft experts.

A single sign-in using a Graphisoft ID gives access to both Archicad Talk and the English-language help centre.

Multi-language support for the new service is set to be rolled out on an ongoing basis.

The platform also features a level of gamification, with incentives, badges, rankings, challenges, and competitions.

Current users of Archicad Talk are encouraged to migrate their accounts to the new Community portal.

Commenting on the launch, Gordana Radonic, global community manager at Graphisoft, said: “Graphisoft Community is more than just a rebranding of our existing forums and help centre.

“The new portal will make it much easier for Archicad, BIMcloud, and BIMx users to search for solutions to common questions, get quick help from Graphisoft experts, share best practices with peers, and join fun competitions and design challenges.”

Image: TippaPatt/Shutterstock


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