Tech Tip: Assigning a State to Your Design in Onshape

By Cody Armstrong / December 22, 2016

One of the more common questions we hear is “Can I assign a state to my model in Onshape?” The answer is yes. Onshape currently has four states to choose from: “In Progress,” “Pending,” “Released,” and “Obsolete.” Let’s take a look at how to assign the correct state to your design.

The first important thing to remember is that you can only edit the State property while creating a version. So step one, create a version. To do this, click the “Create version” icon in the top left corner of the interface.

This brings up the Create version dialog. From here, click the “Create version and edit properties” button.

This will bring up the version properties dialog. Here you can edit Description, Part number, Revision, and of course, State.

To change the state, click the current state and a dropdown will appear with options.

Simply select your state, and click the checkmark to accept. Here you can see that I have set my design to the “Released” state. That’s all there is to it. Give it a shot!

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