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  • 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 […]

  • Software Tips
    Since the launch of Revit 2022, the question of where to find content has come up, as not all content is installed by default. With the switch to a new customizable install first deployed with Revit 2021.1, here are some considerations for installing content for Revit 2022. Content for Revit 2022 is available or installed […]

  • 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 […]

  • Software Tips
    In our first post, we were focusing on the things to “be on the lookout for,” as a BIM Manager or as the person responsible for rolling out new Autodesk Revit software. In this post, let’s get into the specifics of some of the features that aren’t just flashy, but that can return immediate gains […]

  • Software Tips
    By now, you are probably aware that Revit 2022 is now live. While there will be myriad posts about new features, new tools, new offerings, rebadged and renamed offerings, in this post I want to talk about what this new release means for the BIM Managers and IT folks in the back, alike: those setting […]

  • Software Tips
    Many of you will have some experience with the new online deployment configuration that became available with Revit 2021.1.  For those that haven’t tried it yet, see this post for information about the new end-to-end deployment workflows, and give it a try here.  For this post, I wanted to highlight some key learnings from customers who used the new […]

  • 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 […]

  • MEP
    Climate Change is driving innovation in energy generation, storage and consumption – impacting design and construction. That’s why here at Autodesk, we’re working with Schneider Electric to reimagine the future of sustainable buildings using Building Information Modeling (BIM). As part of our ongoing efforts to refine our products to better serve you—our customers—and our planet, we are […]

  • Inside the Factory
    Go Inside the Factory to learn more about this special invite-only event for providing feedback to Revit product teams.

  • Industry news
    Women are doing incredible things in the AEC industry. In celebration of their achievements, we've highlighted some of architecture, engineering and construction's brightest stars.

  • Uncategorized
    This month we explore the Top 10 Revit Ideas in the Gathering Support category.

  • Structure
    A few years ago, we started a series of blog posts highlighting the benefits of integrating the rebar detailing among the project stages that need to unfold in a BIM environment. We acknowledged since then that the reinforced concrete industry was lagging behind structural steel in terms of BIM adoption, and it is for this […]

  • Product news
    As the cold of January creeps in, I am settling into my role as Revit Community Manager. As a response to the “Open Letter”, my goal as Community Manager is to bridge the gap and continue to nurture discussions related to Revit that benefit both groups and continue to improve Revit. As a long-time Revit user, I am […]

  • Structure
    Structural loads are an important consideration in the design of buildings. Building codes require that structures be designed and built to safely resist all loads that they are likely to encounter during their service life. In Revit, depending on the load duration and type, various load natures can be created (dead, live, wind, etc.). Structural […]