Installing the Builder with Licensed Downloads

Using a licensed Builder software will unlock premium features for your students, if you have an active education subscription. Additional materials, characters and objects to customize their worlds. The software will also never asks students to upgrade and offer them to start a home trial when licensed.
There are a couple of ways you can get a licensed Builder on your machines. If your class is using Chromebooks, you do not need to follow these steps. Simply using the WebGL link on your workspace dashboard's Licensed Download tab.

Licensed Installers

This installer will conveniently install your license key file along with the regular Blocksmith installation. Just download and install from the Licensed Download page in your workspacess dashboard, it will automatically license for you.
Please note: If you are using an online virus scanner with this file and receive (false) positives because we are installing the key file with it, use one of the following methods (and let us know).

Alternative 1: Regular Installer + Key File

Download our regular installer (which should pass scanners like virustotal with 0 issues) and add the key file yourself (or ask your school administrator to do this). The key file is a simple text file with your workspace ID and goes into the "BlocksmithXR Builder_Data" folder of the installation. Adding this file will instantly unlock advanced features and additional materials, objects, etc for students to use while your subscription is active, as well as prevent internal and external feature advertising.

Alternative 2: Regular Installer + Manual License

To manually license the Builders on your student machines.

  1. Download the installer from the download page in the top bar on the web.
  2. Login to the Builder with your admin account.
  3. Click on the 3 dot menu in the top right of the Builder. Select "License to workspace". After you've completed this step you should see "licensed to <your workspace name>".
  4. Make sure to logout.
  5. Repeat on all student machines.