We are pleased to announce that we have just released the Revit 2018.2 update. This update is available to subscribers and current maintenance plan customers via your accounts portal or the in-product Autodesk Desktop App. Along with a number of bug fixes and stability improvements,Harlan Brumm
Announcing the Convergence Blog
Convergence is Autodesk’s new blog covering design collaboration, cloud worksharing, and project delivery. It features customer success stories, helpful tips, and how-to content on best practices on these themes.
In customer’s stories on building design, you’ll notice there is a common theme in their journey: Revit,Sylvia Knauer
It’s Revit’s birthday, but the presents are for YOU
It’s been 15 years since Revit joined the Autodesk portfolio. Since this time, Revit has matured into a premier BIM authoring platform for design professionals, and helped usher in the new era for how buildings are designed,Sylvia Knauer
On July 12th, we released our first major update for Revit 2018 – called 2018.1. We hope you like the straightforward release numbering system. We are a little late, but now that Revit 2018.1 is available, we thought it be a good time to share a Revit roadmap update with you and point out a few changes.Sasha Crotty