This webinar focused on team collaboration within Autodesk Revit, sometimes referred to as work-sharing.
Work-sharing enables a project to be subdivided so that a team of users can work on it. This concept is generally used when a project is too large for a single user as it allows multiple users to collaborate one project simultaneously. Since Revit projects include an entire building model into one file, work-sharing allows the file to be separated into logical components, i.e. work-sets without losing its connection to the actual project.
At the end of the webinar you will be able to:
- Understand work-sharing workflow and definitions.
- Create a Central File
- Create Work-sets
- Create a local file
- Open a local file with specific work-sets
- Synchronize a local file with the central file and save locally.
- Set the active work-set and work in the local file
- Request permission to edit elements.
- Relinquish worksheets and borrowed elements.
- Temporarily show the display work-sets
In the webinar, we looked at the following:
- Central File, Local files, Work-sets
- Working in work-set related projects
- Work-sharing Display Options
- Best practices for Work-sets
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