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Phasing in Autodesk Revit allows you to show the complete life cycle of a project, such as a before and after or existing and proposed status, while design options allow you to save multiple iterations of a concept in a single project file. In this course, Paul F. Aubin shows how to use phasing and design options to organize multipart, multifaceted projects in Revit. The course also covers adding and assigning phases to views, scheduling phases and designating future work, working with design option sets, and presenting complex designs to clients.
Well, I've really enjoyed our time together here learning about Design Options and Phasing. I hope you found the course useful. You're probably wondering where you go from here. Well, I certainly recommend that you try and practice these new skills in a real project, so you might want to introduce some Design Options and Phasing in your workflow in the next project you're working on. If you're looking for some additional training, we've got lots of other resources for you here in lynda.com. You might want to check out the Essential Training or perhaps Advanced Modeling in Revit Architecture. We've also got a course on the Family Editor and Rendering or Designing a House in Revit.
So we've got lots of resources for you to choose from. Please enjoy, and thanks for watching.
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