While back, I wrote about A360 Collaboration for Revit (C4R), and shared my experience of setting it up for my team. At that time, I pointed out one of the differences from BIM 360 environment as each member being a hub or a site owner:
“Note: Here is another difference from BIM 360. Individuals who have A360 entitlement can have their own hub. In BIM 360, we will have one host for entire team.”
(Note: word “hub” is used for C4R and “host for BIM 360. Both mean as an owner of a given site with administrative privilege.)
This week, I received an e-mail about the change in A360 Contract Management process. It informs that we need to choose a single team hub associated with a C4R contract, together with the instruction about how to do it. If you follow the instruction and link in the e-mail sent to you as a contact manager, you will be guided to a page where you can choose a single hub for your C4R. (The image below shows an example of the page.)
In the context of project-based collaboration, this change makes sense. I do remember that when I was setting up the environment for my team, I got confused about each needing to create a hub in order to access the project I invited.
The notification also indicates that hubs and data that individual members have created remain accessible. A feature to move data to consolidate project data will be made available soon.