Feature Friday: Phantom Classes in Autodesk PLM 360
With our last release of PLM 360, we made several improvements to Classifications. Administrators can now create phantom classes as part of the classification hierarchy. Phantom classes are not used to classify an item but to create categories of classifications – it’s a great way to organize the classes.
Here’s an example – you can see the grayed out ones represent the phantom classes:
An Administrator denotes a new classification as a "phantom" one when they Create a Classification.
We’ll be doing a deeper dive into Classifications in our next PLM Talk on October 7th – join us to learn more.
Photo: Greg Willis