On https://a360.autodesk.com when you look at the project the "last updated" date is an old date. When you download the file the changes that have been made are not there. To confirm you look at your models "last Updated" date inside of Revit and it is correct and current. Why is this?
Those dates do not have to be the same. When you sync your local, that is saving and sending the most updated information to the skyscraper server and to your local saved file. It will only update the date of the model on A360 if you publish it. That is because the A360.autodesk.com site or the cloud is storing the file for users who do not have collaboration for Revit but need to get a hold of the file or review the file.
To have those two dates match the admin of the project needs to publish the latest model.
- Have everyone relinquish and sync their local files.
- To publish the latest versions of all models in the project, click (Actions) and click Publish All. When the action is complete for each model, the (Publish Latest) icon changes to the (Latest Version Published) icon.From the Current Project tab, move the cursor over the name of a model and do one of the following:
- To publish the latest version of a model, click (Publish Latest). Click Publish to confirm.
When the action is complete, the (Publish Latest) icon changes to the (Latest Version Published) icon.