Content Update: Plant 3D 2022

Content Update: Plant 3D 2022

To help innovators design better models of industrial plant facilities with piping structure and equipment, we’ve updated the AutoCAD Plant 3D library with 11 new lessons:

By making versatile and complete use of the AutoCAD Plant 3D toolset, engineers can streamline the design process, improve accuracy and consistency, and better collaborate with project stakeholders.

New Content Up Next: Vault 2022

Content Update: Revit Generative Design

Content Update: Revit Generative Design

To help innovators make their design lives simpler and more productive, we’ve added three new lessons on using Generative Design in Revit: 

Generative Design in Revit rapidly generates design alternatives based on goals, constraints, and inputs, so users can explore optimized solutions and make informed decisions. 

New Content Up Next: Plant 3D 2022 

CADLearning Assist Release Notes Fall 2020

CADLearning Assist Release Notes Fall 2020

  • The Roles and Goals tab now brings everything you love about your CADLearning dashboard to CADLearning Assist, including your Pop Quiz, What’s Next, Roles and Goals, and the Progress chart
Individual Goals
  • Organization Administrators will also have access to the Organization Dashboard from the Gamification Tab. These at-a-glance charts provide Engagement Trends, Rock Stars, Skill Gaps, Users Improving, Users Struggling, Users Most Engaged, and Users Least Engaged.
Organization Dashboard
  • Clicking a Goal, Medallion, or Badge within Roles & Goals will take you directly to that page in a new browser tab.
Browser Tab
  • Clicking Assess My Progress will take the user directly to the assessment in the CADLearning portal.
  • If you only want to use CADLearning Assist with specific products, you can simply adjust the settings to prevent it from launching in the products you do not want.
Assist Settings
  • The Library tab now includes filters to search the full library for a specific lesson, or click What’s New to quickly view updated content.

Trouble Logging In

To log into CADLearning, visit

There are a number of reasons you could be experiencing trouble logging into CADLearning. 

Here is a quick list of the most common issues to check:

  • Make sure you are using the correct URL to log in. Each organization has a unique URL for log in, so if you have access through your company or through your school be sure you have the correct URL entered.
  • Passwords are case sensitive, be sure to check that you don’t have CAPs lock on. If you don’t recall your password you can use the reset password option.
  • Make sure you are not running ad-blocker software or script blocker software. If you are – you will need to put the URL you log in at on the permitted list.
  • If you received an invitation but did not use it within three business days the token is likely to have expired. If you get a message that the token expired please contact support or your administrator for assistance.
  • If you never confirmed your email address via the invitation you may get an error stating your email is not confirmed. If you get a message that your email is not confirmed please contact support for assistance.
  • If you enter an email address that does not match the one on your account you will receive an error that the user name is wrong. Contact for assistance.

Getting Started with CADLearning


We have developed some online presentations to walk you through using CADLearning. These are online and will be updated whenever we make a change to the platform, so come back and check in anytime you have a question or see something new!

Getting Started with CADLearning

Of course, we also know that everyone learns differently. For those of prefer to watch a video than read a guide, have also developed a number of videos to review the tasks you may need.

You can access a Vimeo album for new users available with the following link: CADLearning Users

We hope these resources help you get the most out of CADLearning.

System Requirements

Important Note:

In alignment with changes made by Microsoft support, we have updated our System Requirements.

As of 1/15/2020:

  • We will no longer support Internet Explorer on any Operating System.
  • The Edge browser was given an important update by Microsoft; therefore, we can only offer support on the updated Chromium version.
  • We will no longer support Windows 7, including our Windows 7 Desktop App.
  • CADLearning Portal:

CADLearning is accessed through the internet using a browser. Any of the following browsers can be used on a Windows 10 machine:

  • Microsoft Edge (Updated Version only)
  • Mozilla Firefox (Latest changes)
  • Google Chrome (Latest changes)

You may be ale to access the portal on a Mac or other Apple device as well as any Android device by using one of the supported browsers. Alternative browser may not respond. You may need to work with your IT group to gain access if certain media streaming is blocked, or if you work behind a corporate firewall. You will need to make sure the exact URL you use for CADLearning is white listed if you are using an adblocker or antivirus software.

CADLearning Assist:

In order to use the CADLearning Assist application, you will need to be running the corresponding Autodesk product on a Windows 10 Machine, and you must be an administrator on that machine. You may need special permissions from your IT group if they restrict installation of add-ins for Autodesk software.