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A360 Team: What happens with my project data after expiration of my account? (not renewing)

A - answer The project management service Autodesk A360 Team (resp. BIM 360 Team and Fusion Team) comes with an expiration period. If your license (account) expires - either the trial period ended or you have not renewed your subscription, stop paying - your project hub moves into a "Suspended" mode. This suspended "read-only" mode allows only viewing and downloading of your data and it lasts 30 days.

During this period you can download (export) all your project data files or still decide to renew your cloud subscription. After 30 days of the grace period, your hub and its stored data will be marked for deletion and you will loose access to them.

In case of the A360 Drive (cloud storage) the "subscription" capacity (currently 25GB) will revert to the "free" capacity (currently 5GB) after the 30 days.

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10.5.2015    6177×  
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applies to: A360 · BIM360 ·

See also:
Tip 12406:How to log out automatically from your Autodesk account after closing an app?
Tip 12314:How to display OBJ models including textures in A360?
Tip 11600:How to rename a project in BIM 360 or Fusion Team?
Tip 11450:How to run Fusion 360 in a web browser? (URL)
Tip 11365:How to store Fusion 360 models directly to Fusion Team projects?

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