In this video, learn how to create a custom view that organizes all of the views in a project by phases. These phases can be easily sorted and modified to streamless project maintenance.
with our project by doing a few things to set it up, … the par for this entire course, … is going to be something … that you're going to actually going to want to put … into a template down the line. … not too much actual modeling that's going to be happening. … I just want to put that out there and make sure we understand. … Secondly, the next thing that we need to do … before we get started … is we want to create a timeline for the project. … Now, in order to create a timeline in this project, … there are few things that we need to do … and you have been given a handout … that has all of this information on here … because I do recognize … that this is a lot of information at once, … so you're able to pull this handout out at any time … is we're going to go up and we're going to create a view list. … and this is actually, a view list is technically a schedule … and it's the very last one, … and these are the items that we're going to move. … This is going to be very custom, parameter-heavy course. …
- Creating project timelines
- Creating schedules
- Estimating quantities
- Life-cycle costing
- Using formulas for reporting
- Tips and tricks
- Using templates
- Sharing parameters
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Project Timelines
4. Life-Cycle Costing
5. Tips, Tricks, and Troubleshooting
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