More Autodesk research – Groups

Here’s an announcement from the AutoCAD Product Design & User Experience Team:

AutoCAD User Research Study: “AutoCAD Groups”(AutoCAD Group command)

AutoCAD Product Design & User Experience Team is looking for your input regarding the AutoCAD GROUP command usage.

The GROUP command (Object Grouping Dialog) in AutoCAD allows creating a selection set of objects called a group.
When an object belongs to a group, if any object in the group is selected, all the objects in the group are selected.
Groups can be named or unnamed. Groups can be ungrouped/(exploded), which removes the relationship between the objects in the group.

Autodesk wants to better understand how you use Groups so we can improve the feature.

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/AutoCAD_GroupCommand

Go to it, people. It’s good to see some attention being given to some long-neglected parts of AutoCAD. What next, LISP?

2 Comments:

  1. Next the ribbon will be replaced with tablet & puck 🙂

  2. Steve:
    Whoever designed this survey botched up a bit. Near the end of the survay, in question #18, apparently you MUST choose a version of AutoCAD in the pulldown for AutoCAD LT (and probably something in the AutoCAD pulldown), (whether or not you use both versions).
    I almost thought I had wasted alot of my time taking this survey (which IS important to me).

    At any rate, thanks for the heads up!

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