How do I share a 5d project planner?

To do that, please open the project you wish to share and use the Share button. You’ll see a link that you can send to friends.

How do I export a 5D Planner project?


  1. Open the project you wish to have as a PDF file;
  2. Zoom in/out so everything that you wish to have in your file is visible;
  3. Click Share -> Print;
  4. You’ll get a new page with the plan. Use the right mouse button to choose Print;
  5. In the system pop up choose Save to PDF instead of actually printing the image.

Can you collaborate on Planner 5D?

Designers will find collaboration easy with Planner 5D. Designs can be shared with friends, high-quality images can be exported, and they can even use an integrated manufacturer’s catalog like IKEA to add furniture.

Is Planner 5D any good?

Planner 5D is a superb home design app, but we’re not fans of the pricing model its developers have adopted: it’s unnecessarily complex and makes it hard to work out the actual price of the app or compare it to rivals.

Does Planner 5D save automatically?

The project is automatically saved with every change you make there. Just make sure you have a good internet connection.

Is planner a 5D game?

Planner 5D gives educators an easy, accessible and interactive way to reach them. Technology makes learning fun. And by employing technologies such as 3D virtual reality – familiar to younger students through video games – Planner 5D brings learning to life.

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What is Planner 5D used for?

Planner 5D is an easy-to-use home design software for model building that will help you correctly arrange all the elements you need for your home. Try different textures, furniture, and design ideas within one program, play with colors and floor plans – everything is possible with Planner 5D.

How do you resize a room in Planner 5D?

To change dimensions of an object (a door, window or furniture) you need to tap on it, pick Edit -> Size and set an appropriate width, depth and height. Just like that with a couple of clicks, you’re already creating your own, unique design!

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