Worksharing display provides four special visibility modes that reveal useful information about the status of workset and elements in a workshare enabled project. The onscreen display makes it easy to see which elements are changed, available for edit and what worksets they contain.
- [Instructor] In this video I wanna talk about…one of my favorite features in the worksharing system…and that is worksharing display.…Worksharing display is a custom set of overrides…that you can apply to a view…to color code the elements on screen…based on their status within the worksharing environment.…We have four different display modes that we can use.…So I wanna walk through each one…of those various display modes with you…and talk about what they are useful for…in a worksharing environment.…So to get started, let's first open up…our worksharing dialogue.…
I'm gonna use the icon down here in the status bar.…And I just wanna point out that…myself and my three coworkers…are busy at work on various parts of the project.…So you can see here in the borrowers column…that I've got some elements borrowed…on the exterior shell,…John has one of the links borrowed,…shared levels and grids is actually…checked out in its entirety by Ringo,…but George is also borrowing from that workset,…and then on workset 1, we're all borrowing something…
Part 1 (Revit Worksharing: Users) introduces all of the terminology and techniques that you need to know to join and participate in a workshare-enabled project successfully. Learn how to create and edit local files, and connect and sync them with the central model. Plus, find out how to create useable collections of elements called worksets and detach files from the central project when necessary.
While the only way to truly master Revit collaboration is to participate in a worksharing project with a real team, this series is designed to give you the tools you need to collaborate with confidence and get up to speed quickly and efficiently.
- Creating a local file
- Editing a local file
- Synchronizing with central
- Understanding worksets and the Workset dialog
- Opening a model in detached mode
- Worksharing tips