Free Extended Access for AutoCAD Web and Mobile

The AutoCAD Team

Autodesk is keeping a close eye on the impact the coronavirus (COVID-19) is having on the global community.

To better support customers facing the new reality of a remote work environment and an increased need to minimize business disruption, collaborate, and stay connected, Autodesk announced a temporary Extended Access Program for several of our flagship cloud collaboration products, including AutoCAD web and AutoCAD mobile apps through June 30, 2020.

With AutoCAD web and mobile apps, users can access AutoCAD on virtually any device to design and draft with the most up-to-date files, in the field and on the go. Customers can take advantage of this program by accessing these links to AutoCAD web and AutoCAD mobile. Questions and answers are available via Autodesk Knowledge Network.

AutoCAD web and mobile apps are also available to any AutoCAD 2021 subscriber. See what’s new inside the latest version of AutoCAD.

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