The Views Strip is used to save Views of the models from different camera angles and with different colors, object visibility, and markups. These Views are saved and can be reused and shared with other members of the project.
Using the Views Strip
When a View is created, it appears as the last one on the right side of the Views Strip.
If the Views Strip is full, it will scroll so that the newly created view is displayed.
When creating a view, the view name field is selected and it can be renamed directly after creation.
The default view name is New View.
The Views Strip can be reorganized if needed by drag and dropping Views. The view will move to where it is dropped.
Use the Search function to search for a view. Searching Views will show results for Views that are grouped. Searching inside a group will only shows matching Views within that group.
Search parameters: View title
The Views panel can be filters by:
Default state of the Views Strip. This shows all Views you have created and that have been shared with you.
Shared with me
This filters the Views to show only Views shared with you.
To know who has shared a view, hovering over a shared view will display the tooltip Created by <user name› (this is only shown when the list is filtered for Shared with me).
While in this filtered view, the only control the user can do is Load with Original Model Versions.
Save a Model View as an Image
In the Views Strip, right-click the View that you want to export as an image.
Click Export current 3D view as image.
In the Save view as image dialog box, type a name for the image.
In the Save as type list, select the file format.
You can also change the file type by typing another image file extension to the File name box.
Set a View as Project Image
View can also be set as project thumbnail by right clicking, Set as project thumbnail. Project thumbnails are shown in both project library and Data Tab.
In the Views Strip, right-click the View that you want to set as the project image.
Click Set as project image.