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For Advanced Workflows

SketchUp Studio is for design teams that want to advance their workflow. Draw in 3D, import and model on-point cloud data, generate hi-res photoreal renders, and share your designs.

U.S. and Canada sales only.

Note: SketchUp Studio is for Windows only. Please contact for upgrade options from SketchUp Pro to Studio.

With Sketchup Studio you get SketchUp Pro PLUS Chaos V-Ray, Scan Essentials, and much more!

SketchUp Studio Highlights

SketchUp Pro

Intuitive 3D Modeler
Easy-to-use drawing tools are combined with the accuracy and detail needed to produce professional-grade models.
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Scan Essentials

Access point cloud data
Import and precisely model onto point cloud data using SketchUp’s native toolbox, and export as 2D data with ease.


Climate insights
Connect the dots between climate and concept creation right at the start of your project.

Chaos V-Ray

Generate high-quality visuals
Create and export compelling renders, animations, and 360° panoramas for AR/VR viewing quickly and with ease.

Trimble Connect

Cloud collaboration
Link data from more than 60 industry tools to keep projects running on schedule and on budget, throughout the build.

Sketchup Viewer

AR/VR viewing apps
Take clients on a virtual tour of a project using SketchUp Viewer for HoloLens, mobile, and virtual reality devices.

sketchup studio workflows

Interoperable workflows

Efficiently move between SketchUp and other core modeling tools such as Revit to improve collaboration across teams and iterate across design phases.

  • Model with precision – Import, view, and model straight on point clouds to detail existing conditions and develop ideas with accuracy.
  • Present compelling visuals – Compose stunning, photorealistic visuals and complex animations quickly and easily.
  • Align teams – Quickly iterate on concepts with designers and across teams using file sharing and real-time, interactive rendering.

What’s included in Studio?

Advanced tools for importing Revit files and point clouds and generating photoreal renders.

  • Scan Essentials – Import and accurately model on point clouds.
  • V-Ray – Create photorealistic and real-time visuals.
  • Revit Importer – Import Revit files into SketchUp with a few clicks.
  • SketchUp for Desktop – Full-featured and extensible desktop modeler for creating 3D models, visuals, schedules, and more.
  • SketchUp for Web – Create, edit, and share 3D models straight in your web browser.
  • SketchUp for iPad – Sketch, mark up, and collaborate in 3D anywhere.
  • Trimble Connect – Unlimited cloud storage. Unlimited projects. Endless collaboration workflows.
  • LayOut – Create rich 2D documentation that combines reference images, PDFs, and DWGs with 3D assets.
  • PreDesign – Get data and recommendations to weave contextual insights into your designs before you launch into 3D.
  • 3D Warehouse – Browse and download millions of pre-built 3D models.
  • Extension Warehouse – Customize your workflow with third-party extensions.
  • SketchUp Viewers for Experience Reality – Explore, understand, and share your work in augmented, virtual, and mixed reality at 1:1 scale or tabletop mode.

How to leverage Studio

Discover all the ways you can use SketchUp in your workflow.

  • Create – Pull in point clouds from terrestrial scans, photogrammetry, lidar sensors, mobile mapping, and drone captures to build your design accurately.
  • Visualize – Bring your ideas to life with photorealistic renders, animations, and panoramas.
  • Collaborate – Communicate with project stakeholders who use Revit to create deliverables.
  • Present – Share ideas with clients, make edits on the fly, and drastically shorten project timelines — either in the office or remotely.

Got Questions?

You can find answers to your SketchUp questions at the SketchUp help center:

Or contact Toolfarm at

Sketchup Comparison Chart

Sketchup Go
Sketchup Pro
Sketchup Studio
SketchUp for Web
Mobile Viewer
SketchUp for iPad
SketchUp Pro
3D Warehouse
Trimble Connect
XR Viewer
Scan Essentials

File import and export capabilities
Create and edit dynamic components
Access and configure Live Components
A simple and efficient Revit-to-SketchUp file importer

SketchUp Pro

The most popular 3D modeler

Use SketchUp Pro from conceptual design through to final project delivery. Create constructible models, comprehensive documentation, and estimate costs and schedules.

Intuitive 3D Modeler
Easy-to-use drawing tools are combined with the accuracy and detail needed to produce professional-grade models, images and documentation.

A Flexible Platform
Enhance your workflow with SketchUp extensions. Install apps for analysis, rendering, estimating, 3D printing, productivity, and more.

Interoperability and BIM
Import/export many 3D, 2D and BIM files (including DWG and IFC); enabling smooth collaboration across disparate teams and design phases.

Constructible Models
Virtual design and construction enables problem solving and cost estimation for projects of any scale; whether it is an office chair or an office block.

Showcase your design
SketchUp Pro includes LayOut, a powerful 2D illustration app for the creation of drawing sets, construction documentation, and on-screen presentations.

Geolocation & context
Tell the full story by geolocating your model and adding real-world context, such as terrain data, sun position, and satellite imagery.


Climate insights for better design

Connect the dots between climate and concept design at the start of your project. Present compelling graphics to clients and steer your projects in the right direction.

Capture your site’s seasons, sky, and predominant wind conditions in a compelling snapshot.

Architectural Response
Understand the climate’s impact – predominant winds, overheating and more –  on your architectural design.

Shading & glazing
Understand which shading solutions are best for keeping glare and excess heat out of your project.

Shortlist the best glazing options for getting good daylight into your building.

Top Lighting
Get clear guidance on the suitability of a wide range of top lighting options.

Outside Spaces
Discover the strategies and features you need to make outside space more usable.

Chaos V-Ray

For stunning, high-quality renders

Create compelling imagery to present your design story, remove ambiguity, showcase proposal merits to clients, and win more work.

World-class Rendering
V-Ray’s powerful raytracing engine gives you access to your own virtual digital camera. Create and export professional photorealistic images.

Real-time Viewer
Access interactive, real-time visualizations as you model. Make edits on the fly, and significantly shorten project timelines with V-Ray Vision.

Simulate natural or artificial light to create the right exterior atmosphere and interior ambiance. Add atmospheric depth, fog, and light scattering.

Ready to use Materials
Simulate realistic materials and textures to add depth and character to your scenes. Access high fidelity, render-ready 3D objects via Chaos Cosmos.

Animations & VR
Render and export complex animations, fly-throughs, and 360o panoramas for virtual reality viewing with your clients and project teams.

Rapid Cloud Rendering
Leverage cloud rendering to speed up your workflow and free up your machine for other design work. No hardware configuration required.

Scan Essentials

Unlock the power of point cloud data

Increase workflow efficiency by easily accessing, viewing and creating 3D assets from terrestrial scans, photogrammetry, lidar sensors, mobile mapping, and drone captures.

Import Multiple Formats
Import a wide range of point cloud data formats from terrestrial scans, mobile mapping, photogrammetry, lidar sensors, and drone captures.

Quick, accurate modeling
From scan to 3D in moments. Model directly onto your point cloud data using SketchUp’s range of native tools and snap to points for accuracy.

Refine Attributes
Tweak point cloud visual attributes, such as point size, opacity, density, colourization by scan device, heat map intensity, and height contour mapping.

Document with ease
Export and document point cloud data in 2D using the new Scan Essentials to LayOut integration. Annotate and share crucial project data with ease.

Choose what you see
Leverage Clipping Box, Section Views and Cloud View Options to hide or display sections of your point cloud, and tell a concise, specific story.

Inspect with ease
Leverage the Inspection Tool to identify any missed or inaccurate details, and ensure the accuracy of your 3D model.

Timble Connect – Cloud Collaboration

Collaborate anywhere

Real-time, construction-ready project information: view, review, action and reference 3D models, drawings and all the data you need for a successful construction project.

Bridge Data Silos
Store, link and view data throughout each phase of the building’s lifecycle to keep your project on schedule and on budget.

Access anywhere
Up-to-date models and plans are accessible across desktop, browser, mobile (iOS and Android apps), and even on Mixed Reality (MR) devices.

True collaboration
Compile feedback, assign to-dos, and share critical information at every stage. Access over 60 file formats including AutoCAD and Revit.

Unlimited storage
Trimble Connect for Business offers secure and unlimited cloud storage with full version control. Even if you lose your device, you won’t lose your work.

Robust Data Security
Infrastructure is built on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) platform, a secure environment offering the highest standards of physical and cyber protection.

Advanced permissions
Get granular with permissions by assigning specific access rights for collaborators, and track project history and progress with admin-only tools.

Sketchup Viewer for Mobile

Orbit on the move

SketchUp Viewer for Mobile gives you the power to view and share your portfolio on iOS and Android devices. Take advantage of Augmented Reality to place objects in a real-world setting.

3D on the go
Keep your portfolio in your pocket. With SketchUp Viewer for Mobile, you can access and showcase your files from any iOS or Android device.

Visualize in place
Place 3D models within a real-world environment on compatible Augmented Reality devices – ARKit (iOS) or ARCore (Android).

Tell the full story
Use native SketchUp Scenes and Layers to build a narrative. Present multiple design options, construction phases, and additional project details.

Intuitive Navigation
Show your work off from the best angles using multi-touch gestures and editable section planes. Access key data, such as areas and volumes, with Entity Info.

Flexible Storage
Accessing your work is easy!  Load SketchUp models from 3D Warehouse, Trimble Connect, Dropbox, email attachments, or even a folder on your device.

Poetry in motion
Create a virtual tour of your project, tailoring the camera’s field of view and speed. You control the viewing experience with SketchUp animations.

Sketchup Viewer for VR

Immerse yourself in VR

Engage colleagues and clients in an experiential design review: a rich and powerful way to evaluate, coordinate, and communicate your design intent.

Perceive Space
Understand a project better— both its challenges and successes. Get a real feel of how a space will work well before construction begins.

Multi-user collaboration
Host sessions with multiple collaborators located anywhere in the world. Present your design and talk stakeholders through complex spaces more easily.

Simple Navigation
View your designs as virtual scale models, or step inside and walk around your creation at 1:1. Teleport quickly to any location in larger models.

Create a narrative
Use native SketchUp Scenes and Layers to tell the full story. Present multiple design options, construction phases, and additional project details.

Choose your weapon
SketchUp Viewer for VR is available for Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and Vive Pro headsets as part of the SketchUp Pro annual termed subscription.

Sightlines? Sorted
Need to review a project within context? No problem! Carry out line of sight studies with realistic points of view and variable eye-height.

Sketchup for Web

Visualize your ideas

With SketchUp for Web, the canvas for your next idea is just a browser tab away, all you need to get going is an internet connection.

Model right Away
Begin your next 3D project in three short steps:
1. Open your browser
2. Launch SketchUp
3. Get creative!

Browser Ready
Design on the move from within your favourite web browser. Start modeling on macOS, Windows and Linux desktop devices.

Always up to date
With SketchUp for Web, you always use our fastest, up-to-date iteration. Access the latest features as soon as they’re released.

Mobile Model Viewing
View 3D models on mobile devices, complete with scenes and animations. Virtually place objects into real-world context with Augmented Reality tools.

Share & collaborate
With cloud storage and collaboration enabled by Trimble Connect, multiple team members can review, comment, and assign tasks.

Need to work in other applications? No problem, you can import and export the most popular 3D, 2D, image, and CAD files.

Sketchup for iPad

Create, edit, and mark up 3D projects anywhere with SketchUp for iPad.

Create when inspiration strikes
Brilliant ideas don’t always hit you when it’s convenient — but a mobile 3D drawing space makes it possible to get work done wherever you are.

Sketch anything in 3D. Simple.
With support for Apple Pencil, multi-touch gestures, and of course, mouse and keyboard, you can easily draw, swipe, and click to give form to your creative vision.

Mark up & move projects forward
Quickly redline 3D models, make field edits on the fly, and sync all of your changes to the cloud to keep stakeholders aligned while on the go.

Extension Warehouse

Optimize your workflow

Browse our extensive library of third-party extensions developed to customize and enhance your modeling workflow.
Extension Warehouse contains over 750 free and paid apps.

Apps on demand
Extension Warehouse is fully integrated with SketchUp Pro. You can download, install, and manage the apps you need from within the desktop client.

Designed for you
Many extensions solve specific drawing pain points or improve industry-specific workflows. Whatever you require, you’ll find an app to get the job done.

Future Proof
Teams of developers are constantly creating new ways to hack your workflow, boost productivity, and help you generate upgraded outputs.

Real or Render?
Photorealistic renderings are just an extension away. Select from a wide range of rendering engines to suit your budget and bring your models to life in a new way.

Level up your skills
Model anything in just a couple of clicks — from rounded corners to pipes and windows. There are hundreds of productivity extensions to automate steps.

3D Printing
Choose an extension that helps you model from scratch, or clean up existing projects for transition from screen to 3D printer.


Communicate clearly

Display the details
Present design details, materials and construction workflows. Use LayOut to ensure your drawings truly communicate your intent.

Draw to Scale
Quickly and easily produce accurate documentation from 3D models at any scale. Combine site plans and construction details in a single document.

Get Labeled
Automatically display relevant information from data within your 3D model. Annotate presentations with pricing, links, and IFC tags.

Custom title blocks
Make drawing sets your own with customized title block templates for use across all documents and presentations. Maintaining your brand just got that much easier.

Present options
Make pivotal design decisions faster and cover all the angles. Gather multiple design options and iterations in one place for rapid stakeholder review.

Associative dimensions
Need to make changes to your model? No problem! At the click of a button LayOut will update dimensions and labels to match any changes in model geometry.

3D Warehouse

Explore a vast 3D library

Need a chair, fern, or unique material? Join the 31 million users each year who find, upload and share almost anything in the world’s most popular free 3D model library.

Discover anything
Need to furnish an interior or street scene? Don’t model everything yourself! Discover pre-built models of virtually anything, ready for import.

Real-world products
Browse thousands of real-world products from recognized brands. Specify ready-to-buy appliances, furniture, floor coverings, and building materials.

Get Sharing
We know you’re proud of what you create in SketchUp. You should be! Share models with the community and inspire others with your designs.

Advanced search
Trouble finding what you’re looking for? Use advanced search and filters to narrow down the field and find the ideal model for your needs.

Product placement
Have a product others might want to buy? Increase brand awareness and generate leads by placing your product in front of millions of potential buyers.

Seamless flow
3D Warehouse is fully integrated with SketchUp.  Move at a swift pace by importing models directly into a project from within the app.

New in 3D Warehouse – July 2023

  • New UI: Experience 3D Warehouse in a unified way across desktop, mobile, and web. Switch between light and dark mode.
  • Image Search: With the new 3D Warehouse Image Search feature, users can speed up their content-based workflows by populating the 3D Warehouse Search bar with an image of their choice. This quickly searches through millions of pre-built models in 3DWH to find matches.
  • Material Search & Download: Materials have always been available in 3D Warehouse as a set of folders managed by SketchUp. The alternative was to find and download an existing SketchUp model in 3DWH to extract its materials. With this new launch, users can now easily search for, discover and download specific materials because they are now both surfaced per model within 3DWH, and searchable and filterable under the Material tab. (The result is an extraction of all materials included in the model and the option to download those materials into SketchUp)


Take your 3D model into 2D space.

Communicate clearly

  • Annotate – LayOut helps you show your client or partner that you’ve captured what you have discussed, and move the project forward confidently.
  • Context and details – Never wonder if your drawings are clearly communicating what your intentions are. Clearly call out materials, lengths and details to your contractor, builder, or interior designer.
  • Real–world scale – Easily explain the intricate detail of one model, and show real-world scale… all on one page.

Custom title blocks
Make your drawings yours with a selection of professional title block templates. ​​​​

Multiple views
Get buy–in faster. Communicate it all in one place: all the angles, all the details, all the context.

Associative dimensions
Need to make a change to your model? LayOut instantly updates dimensions, labels, and model geometry when you make the change in SketchUp. Easy.


Windows 10, Windows 11

  • Software
    • An internet connection is required to install and authorize SketchUp and to use some of its features.
    • SketchUp Pro requires .NET Framework version 4.5.2. For more information about the .NET framework, click here.
  • Recommended hardware
    • 2+ GHz processor
    • A graphics card that’s separate from the CPU, also known as a discrete graphics card. Most current generation AMD or NVIDIA cards on the market are considered discrete.
    • 8+ GB RAM
    • At least 2GB of available hard disk space.
    • A modern GPU with at least 1GB of memory. SketchUp’s classic renderer requires OpenGL 3.1 support. SketchUp’s performance relies on your graphics card driver and its ability to support OpenGL 3.1 or higher.
    • 3-button, scroll-wheel mouse.
  • Minimum hardware
    • 1 GHz processor
    • 4GB RAM
    • 1.5GB of available hard disk space.
    • A modern GPU with at least 512MB of memory and support for hardware acceleration. Video card drivers must support OpenGL 3.1 and be up to date. For help with updating your drivers see How can I update my computer’s graphics driver?.


Mac OS 13+ (Ventura), 12+ (Monterey) and 11+ (Big Sur).

  • Software
    • An internet connection both to install and authorize your subscription. Some features within SketchUp also require an internet connection.
    • QuickTime 5.0 and web browser for multimedia tutorials.
    • Safari.
  • Recommended hardware
    • 2.1+ GHz processor or current generation Apple M1 processor
    • 8GB of RAM
    • 2GB of available hard-disk space
    • A modern GPU with at least 1GB of memory. SketchUp’s classic renderer requires OpenGL 3.1 support.
    • A 3-button, scroll-wheel mouse
  • Minimum hardware
    • 2.1+ GHz Intel™ processor
    • 4GB RAM
    • 1.5GB of available hard-disk space.
    • A modern GPU with at least 512MB of memory. SketchUp’s classic renderer requires OpenGL 3.1 support.
A Note for MacOS 14 (Sonoma) Users

MacOS 14 (Sonoma) is not supported at this time. If you have updated to Sonoma and are experiencing crashes when using SketchUp, please see Mac OS (Sonoma) Troubleshooting.


NOTE: To use your license with SketchUp Pro you must have internet access. For additional details concerning these internet requirements, please read Understanding Your License.


What’s New in SketchUp 2024?

SketchUp for Desktop

  • New Graphics Engine – SketchUp graphics engine got an upgrade! This new graphics engine takes advantage of emerging hardware and software technologies, providing notable improvements in file navigation and responsiveness.
  • Ambient Occlusion – A new face style that adds visual emphasis to the way edges and faces interact in your models, providing depth and realism within SketchUp.
  • Trimble Connect and Link Sharing – SketchUp for Desktop now includes a native Trimble Connect integration. With Trimble Connect you can easily share a link to a view-only version of your model and quickly access your .skp files across devices.
  • Add Location – The new Add Location simplifies the process of adding high-quality, accurate terrain, including an updated workflow, a visible True North arrow, and improved import options.
  • IFC Import and Export Improvements – Importing IFC files into SketchUp is now faster and more predictable. We’ve also made multiple updates to IFC-4 exports that help maintain data consistency and optimized files, including a geometry tessellation option and multiple upgrades to how your components are exported.
  • USDZ & gITF Interoperability – Newly added import and export functionality for both USDZ and gITF files opens up new possibilities for advanced visualization workflows and seamless transitions to and from industry-standard digital content creation tools.
  • Scan Essentials Ground Mesh – The new Ground Mesh tool in Scan Essentials can quickly and easily turn a 3D point cloud scan into an accurate, quad-face based terrain mesh that you can edit and manipulate in SketchUp.
  • Extension Error Dialog – If one of your extensions fails to load when you launch SketchUp, you’ll now see a new error dialog that can help you determine which extension is failing, update that extension if there is an update available, or uninstall it.
  • Modeling Improvements – Various modeling improvements across core tools and features aim to increase productivity and help you stay in your creative flow.
  • Revit Importer – SketchUp’s Revit Importer is now compatible with Revit 2024.


  • Versionless LayOut – LayOut files from v24.0 onward are now versionless. This means that files created in 2024 can be opened in supported versions (two years prior to the current version)  of LayOut without having to save them to a specific year version.
  • Performance – The new Performance tab in Preferences introduces Draft Mode to help you improve graphics performance while working in your document. Plus, try out LayOut’s experimental graphics engine [Labs]..
  • Ambient Occlusion – The new Ambient Occlusion face style is recognized and conveyed in LayOut viewports for richer 2D documentation.
  • Improved Inferencing – Inference locking in LayOut is now a bit more like SketchUp. Additionally, while working in your document, LayOut will limit available references when drawing to entities closest to your last mouse click, increasing responsiveness for moving and copying entities
  • Non-Scalable Labels – Labels no longer have scale grips but will remain scalable when attached to LayOut or SketchUp geometry.
  • Export Improvements – When exporting your document, you can now choose multiple page ranges at once. Exports will now include page names alongside the file name.

Bug Fixes and Other Improvements 

SketchUp Pro 2023.1

Includes updates to the desktop iconography, Snaps, a new entity for modeling efficiency in SketchUp for Desktop & Web, a new style feature, Horizon Colour, and considerable performance improvements across Desktop and LayOut.

What’s new in 3D Warehouse – July 2023?

  • New UI: Experience 3D Warehouse in a unified way across desktop, mobile, and web. Switch between light and dark mode.
  • Image Search: With the new 3D Warehouse Image Search feature, users can speed up their content-based workflows by populating the 3D Warehouse Search bar with an image of their choice. This quickly searches through millions of pre-built models in 3DWH to find matches.
  • Material Search & Download: Materials have always been available in 3D Warehouse as a set of folders managed by SketchUp. The alternative was to find and download an existing SketchUp model in 3DWH to extract its materials. With this new launch, users can now easily search for, discover and download specific materials because they are now both surfaced per model within 3DWH, and searchable and filterable under the Material tab. (The result is an extraction of all materials included in the model and the option to download those materials into SketchUp)

What’s new in SketchUp and LayOut 2023?


  • Windows Common Installer – A new installation experience with more options, including Studio features.
  • Revit Importer – Speaking of Studio, Studio subscribers can now easily import Revit files into their SketchUp models.
  • Flip Tool – The new Flip tool makes it simpler to invert selections and create symmetry, replacing SketchUp’s Flip Along commands.
  • Large Model Saving Efficiency – Save big models with improved efficiency using multithreading technology.
  • Overlays – Developers can now create extensions that can persist while using other native SketchUp tools and functions. We call this an Overlay. The new Overlays panel can help you manage extensions designed with this capability.
  • Various Modeling updates and improvements including new Select options, freehand tool updates, and improvements to the Axes tool.


  • DWG References – You can now manage inserted .dwg files as references, just like with SketchUp files.
  • Custom Rotation Start Angle – Define a custom start angle for rotating selected entities.
  • Tag Visibility Improvements – We’ve added the ability to discreetly override styles across multiple viewports, separating line styles from other styles.
  • Per-page Sequence Autotext – Sequenced auto-text can now be either per page or per document.
  • Viewport Improvements – We’ve improved camera predictability for viewports by setting the Pan tool as the default tool when activating the Edit 3D View and fine-tuning the “Preserve scale on resize” option.

See Full Release Notes for more Detailed info

What’s new in SketchUp and LayOut 2022?

General Notes

  • The OS support for SU 2022.0 includes Windows 11 and macOS Monterey. The macOS Mojave (10.14) is no longer officially supported.

See full Release Notes


Search SketchUp

First introduced in SketchUp for Web, Search SketchUp is now a desktop feature that allows you to look up and activate commands by typing. Search supports queries for commands by name as well as by ‘concept.’ This means you can search for workflow-related queries — such as ‘elevation,’ ‘boolean,’ or ‘chamfer’ — and see related SketchUp results. In SketchUp Pro, Search also provides results for installed extension commands with associated toolbar or menu listings. Activate Search with its toolbar icon (far left in the Getting Started toolbar), from the Help menu, or by its default shortcut (Shift + S).


Lasso is a selection tool that lets you create hand-drawn selection bounds. To create a window bounding loop (where only entities entirely inside are selected), click-drag and move the cursor clockwise. Move counterclockwise to make a crossing bounding loop (where partially contained entities are selected). A stippled vector line distinguishes the crossing selection. If you like, you can reverse Lasso’s directional behavior in Preferences > Drawing.

Additionally, Lasso can select entities one click at a time and works with the same modifier patterns as Select. For Lasso, we are introducing a new default shortcut: Shift + Spacebar.


The Tag tool lets you apply tags by clicking entities in the modeling window. To specify a tag, select an individual tag in the Tags panel or use the tool’s Sample modifier to grab a tag from an entity in your model. Keep an eye out for tooltips that affirm the tag about to be applied or sampled. When you click to tag entities, a purple bounding highlight blinks to confirm the operation. Learn more about the Using the Tag tool and its modifier actions…

The Tag tool may also be used on pre-selected entities, so we’ve added commands improve bulk selection:

Select > All with Tag (modeling context menu): Select all entities in the active modeling context that share any tag with the pre-selection.
Select > All Instances (modeling context menu): Select all component instances (in the active modeling context) that share a definition with the selection.
Select All Tagged (tag tree context menu): Select all entities in the model (in the active modeling context) that share a tag with a pre-selection in the Tags panel. This command is available by right-clicking the tag tree and can be used on either tags or tag folders.

Freehand “+”

We’ve made a considerable upgrade to the Freehand tool, allowing you to create much smoother curve entities. These improved freehand curves generally contain more segments. Immediately after drawing a curve, you may decrease the segmentation of the curve incrementally, and SketchUp will provide visual feedback with each increment. Segment control is available by modifier keypresses specified in the Status Bar. Freehand has also received axis locking input to set a drawing plane (available before a user starts drawing). And it is now possible to draw across adjacent faces on different planes.

2-Point Arc and 3-Point Arc: Tangent Inference Lock

There is now a tangent inference lock for the 2-Point and 3-Point Arc tools. This new toggle makes it possible to lock tangency from an existing edge so that the next click creates a tangent arc. To toggle on this inference lock, tap the Alt key on Windows or Command key on Mac.

With tangency locked, what you see is what you get. Click to set the tangent arc and start drawing a new one.

When multiple edges intersect, you may hover over an edge to request it as the basi