By Todd Behning
Over the years of working with Revit, it has become necessary to keep the View and Sheet Browser organized. Now Autodesk has given us the ability to organize our Schedules. As our Revit projects get bigger and more complex so do our schedules. Some projects may only have 5 to 6 schedules, but I have worked on projects with dozens of schedules. Some schedules may end up on sheets but many are designed to just support the design or QA/QC process. It can become increasingly difficult to keep the schedules organized.
How do we currently manage our long list of schedules?
Let's go through the steps to create your custom schedules.
First, customize and organize your Revit 2018 schedules.
Optionally, you can access the Browser Organization under the View Tab > User Interface.
Create new Organization Schemes such as Category, Phase or Schedule Type.
Define how your schedules are grouped and sorted. Use the Default choices or a custom parameter.
Organized by Schedule Type.
Organized by Category.
Organized by Custom Parameters.
I hope this new feature adds efficiency to all of your Revit 2018 projects. Want more help getting your Revit 2018 set up? Consider a Revit Health Check or talk with your IMAGINiT representative to learn how we can help you.