What’s New

  • Structure
    We’re pleased to share this holistic overview of new features, workflows and benefits for structural professionals in the new 2023 releases of Autodesk® Revit®, Robot Structural Analysis Professional® and Advance Steel®, all available in the AEC Collection. As the industry moves from CAD to BIM, structural professionals have the opportunity to capitalize on more effective […]

  • What’s New
    What’s New in Revit 2023? Better performance, more productivity features seeded from your requests, and smarter ways to work with data, both on the desktop and in the cloud.  It’s that time of year again! The Revit Factory is very excited to announce that Revit 2023 is in release and rolling out globally. Look for […]

  • What’s New
    What’s new in Autodesk Revit 2022.1? More useful features that improve your quality of life when working in BIM. The release of Revit 2022 in April responded to feedback from you, our customers, and delivered a popular feature set representing over 8,000 votes on Revit Ideas.  With the release of Revit 2022.1, Autodesk is delivering even more capabilities honed to the way you work. We’re making […]

  • What’s New
    There are so many updates and enhancements for architects in Revit 2022 that we decided to introduce them in three installments. Part 1 was Modeling, Documentation, and Production; Part 2 addressed Interoperability and Data Exchange. In a final installment, we’re talking Productivity and Ease of Use.  Roughly half of the new features in Revit 2022 originated […]

  • What’s New
    Revit 2022 is undoubtedly one of the more robust updates we have seen coming from Inside the Factory. Increased functionality, new features and enhancements make Revit 2022 an update to remember. About half of the new features and enhancements came directly from your ideas via the Revit Ideas forum. When an Idea has been added […]

  • Architecture
    Revit 2022 has been released, and there are so many updates for architects that we decided to introduce them in three installments. In Part 1, we showcased features for Modeling, Documentation, and Production. In part 2, let’s talk about Interoperability and Data Exchange. Revit 2022 supports better interoperability at every stage of design, with McNeel® Rhinoceros and FormIt Pro for early-stage design, […]

  • What’s New
    It’s that time of year! Revit 2022 has been released, and the product management team is excited to highlight the many ways that your feedback and needs have translated into some major enhancements and new features for communicating design intent. There are so many updates and enhancements for architects in this release that we decided […]

  • What’s New
    When you see ★symbol in the text below, it indicates that a feature was developed (or is planned) per voted users requests from the Idea Station for Advance Steel.  We’re pleased to share the release of Advance Steel 2022. In this article you will find an overview of the new enhancements and features, and this time, our 2022 overview also comes with a Public Roadmap update. The roadmap provides a broader perspective on what the intent is for our continuous investments in Advance Steel. It also provides the opportunity to ask for your contributions, as advisors, about the projects that are […]

  • What’s New
    When you see ★symbol in the text below, it indicates that a feature was developed (or is planned) per voted users requests from the Idea Station for Robot. We’re pleased to share the release of Robot Structural Analysis 2022. In this article you will find the new enhancements and features briefly explained and this time, […]

  • MEP
    Revit 2022 has some practical and useful new features for MEP. In it’s totality, documentation is the word of the day for Revit 2022, with all major disciplines getting a big shipment of enhancements to schedules, tags, and annotations. The aim is more efficient tools for producing project deliverables and productivity boost for architects and […]

  • What’s New
    Revit 2022 is about you. This is the release you have been waiting for. With Revit 2022, we doubled down on where Revit is most useful to you. Based on your feedback and popular requests, we are delivering more effective design to documentation workflows, improved interoperability for project teams across all stages of design, and a raft of design productivity enhancements that will raise the quality of life when working in Revit.   Your feedback drives feature development. Revit 2022 delivers a feature set that makes good on over 8,000 votes on Revit Ideas. For coordinating models, communicating design intent, and documenting projects—this is a […]

  • Architecture
    Revit 2021.1 features expands the Revit toolkit for architects for working with large datasets and across products.

  • Product news
    Load Autodesk Family is a cloud-based tool that allows you to access all Autodesk-provided Revit RFA families in Revit 2021.1

  • What’s New
    Better interoperability, Dynamo for Revit 2.6, and updates to generative design headline latest release.

  • What’s New
    New viewer capability makes it easy to share and visualize real-time BIM data from Navisworks.