Autodesk Knowledge Network 

Do you know what this is?  The AKN , as it is commonly known, is a vast storehouse of product knowledge related to the entire universe of Autodesk Software.  Filled with articles, blog posts, Screencast videos and so much more.  And it is all linked to your new unified Autodesk profile.

If you haven’t taken advantage of this resource, you really should.   Use the hyperlink above and start digging in.  In fact, you may already be using it without even knowing it.  If you have accessed the in product Help in your software, chances are it gave you at least one or two results that came from AKN.

As a user of Autodesk products you are also encouraged to use the AKN to share your own knowledge and expertise with the world.  You can write an article, post Screencast videos of your favorite tips or workflows, and so much more.  Newly added is the ability to contribute a link to an article outside of the AKN that you thought would be a good addition.  Perhaps something from one of your favorite blogs? 😉

So, log in to your Autodesk account, fill out your profile, go to the AKN…. and USE it.  You’ll love it!

Enjoy!

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