As you’re all probably aware, Microsoft recently added the option to link SketchUp 3D models into their main suite, so you can actually view the 3D model. However, it is not yet a feature in Outlook - which would be super helpful so you can send project updates, concepts to clients, etc, without having to attach a document.
So… if you open Outlook, and then click “Help” on the menu bar, you’ll see the option for “Suggest a Feature”. If you feel that having the option to insert 3D models (which are viewable in 3D) into emails would be helpful, please consider sending a request through to suggest that feature to Microsoft.
Hope you’re all having a great day or evening!!
I agree, having non-MS mail able to view a model would be amazeballs! I was kinda hoping that at least it could be MS-based, so if you were in a company who all used outlook, you could just update your colleagues easily. We can but try.
@peblz Yes, you can do all of those things when you place the model in a document or PPT slide but if you share the doc or are presenting the slide in a presentation, the reader/presenter can not rotate, pan or zoom the object. So my point is, what is the value versus just using an image. Yes, PPT does provide some animation capabilities but they do not give the presenter the freedom to take advantage of the 3D facilities.