Try These Feature Upgrades in Altium Designer 22.7

Lawrence Romine
|  Created: September 14, 2022
September 9, 2022
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What’s New in Altium Designer?
Collaboration and data management features see new enhancements in Altium Designer 22.7. In this announcement, users have access to new commenting and secure repository connection upgrades:
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Comments & Tasks for Draftsman - The project commenting features now extend into Draftsman documents. All comments in a Draftsman document will be available through a connected Workspace.
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Enhanced Comments PDF Export - Comment reports generated in PDF format will now include source information, task-related details, and links to quickly access the design information in Altium 365’s Web Viewer interface.
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SSH to HTTPS Repository Connection - Projects pushed to a repository via an SSH connection are now supported through an HTTPS connection.
Upgrade your copy of AD22 to the newest version to take advantage of these upgrades and much more. To access the upgrade, navigate to the Updates page from the Extensions and Updates window. Upgrade today to get access to the newest productivity features in Altium Designer.
 
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EDA industry thought-leader and veteran expert at Altium, Lawrence is a firm believer that unified solutions are not just nice, but essential.

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