If you've ever had to create and cross-check a door schedule manually, you know first hand how awesome Revit schedules really are. They can save you tons of time and are hands-down, one of the most powerful features in Revit. Schedules can do a lot more than just door schedules, however.
In this mini-course, we'll cover the various types of schedules available in Revit and when you should use each type. We'll also look at how to super-charge your schedules using calculated values and formulas. We'll discuss best practices for using formulas and review a cheat sheet I developed to help you utilize this powerful feature. Lastly, we'll look at how to create matrix schedules, which use symbols rather than text to represent schedule values.
- Understand the different types of schedules available in Revit and when to use each.
- Learn how to use calculated values and formulas to super-charge your schedules
- Understand how to apply conditional logic to make your schedules react to your BIM data.
- Learn how to create matrix schedules as well as other schedule presentation tips and tricks.
Hi there! I'm Michael Kilkelly. I founded ArchSmarter 2014 as a way to help other architects become more productive and get the best results out of their design software. I’m a native New Englander. I live and work in Middletown, CT. Prior to starting ArchSmarter, I was an Associate at Gehry Partners in Los Angeles. I also worked for a number of design firms in the Boston area. I received my B.Arch from Norwich University and an SMArchS from MIT
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