Join Paul F. Aubin for an in-depth discussion in this video Managing phases, part of Revit: Phasing and Design Options.
In this movie we're going to look at a couple of topics on how to manage the phases in your project.…I am in a file called Managing Phases, and I want to start with our Project Browser.…Project Browser is currently using the default all organization, but if you select right…here at the top where it says Views (all), that's actually a browser organization type…and the Properties palette will reflect that here with the type selector.…And if I open up the type selector, you'll see that they're actually several other types…that we can use to organize our browser.…
There is one here in the default template called Type/Phase, so it's going to organize…our browser by both type, meaning drawing Type and by Phase.…So when I choose that you're going to see it now says Views and then (Type/Phase) here…to reflect that and then the first sort will be the type of view, Floor Plans, Ceiling Plans,…3D Views, and then it will be the Phase.…So now if I expand these out, you're going to see that it makes it a little easier to…
AuthorPaul F. Aubin
- What is phasing?
- Phasing properties for objects
- Using phase filters and graphic overrides
- Phasing rooms
- Looking at topography and phasing
- Setting up design options
- Strategizing design options
- Working with phasing and design options together
Skill Level Intermediate
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2. Design Options
3. Phasing and Design Options Together
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