What happened to the “related models” feature while searching models in 3d warehouse where one could rabbit hole to other peoples collections containing related models? No more related collections?
Please don’t tell me that has been removed! Now searching for a model without knowing the specific wording is much harder!
Is there a walkaround for this?
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There have been numerous questions about this subject the last few days…
I had the same exerience, and posted in the other thread.
I was wondering the same thing too!! I actually posted about this about 2 days ago to see if anyone knew how to get it back or if they had any advice!
It is coming back! Expect to see it in the next 3 to 4 weeks, or so.
This is such great news!! Thank you thank you!!
Search for 3D models using reference images.
yeh… at an extra cost
yeh… at an extra cost
I’m not sure when it happened, but I’m pretty sure it’s been very recently - “
Related Content” and public page “ Collections” have been returned. I tripped over them today.
@TheGuz and whoever else played a part - thank you!
Exactly where? I don’t see the features at all.
Are you asking where those features - Related Content and Collections - are located? How to navigate to them? If so …
In order to get the “
Related Content” and “ Collections,” go to an individual model. You should find below the static image of the model, “ Model Overview,” “ Related Content” and “ Comments (x).” You must clik on “ Related Content” to access that content, and it is under “Related Content” that you will find “ Related Collections,” if there are any.
That is the way I’ve found to get to that content… hope that helps.