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What's new in Revit 2020.2

Written by:  Harlan Brumm, Sasha Crotty, Ian Molloy, Pawel Piechnik, Martin Schmid, David Smolker 

In our second point release for Revit 2020, we’re focused on productivity, with new automation workflows in Dynamo, faster ways to view, select, and edit schedules, and navigation tools that will have you flying through your model with the greatest of ease.

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It’s a difficult and challenging time for us all. We’re being asked to do new things, including working remotely. Autodesk is committed to supporting you and your teams during this time of unprecedented change and uncertainty.


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During Autodesk University Las Vegas 2019, I taught a class called “Connected BIM for structural steel design, detailing and fabrication with BIM 360”. I discussed how structural steel design, detailing, and fabricating teams can work together with BIM in the cloud, and I illustrated how Autodesk BIM 360 Docs combined with Autodesk Revit and Advance Steel in the AEC Collection can be helpful for coordination on a project.

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