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Saturday, July 10, 2010

Now Available for all Revit users - Breadcrumb Notation Tool for Revit

I've decided to make my breadcrumb program free for all to use.  For new readers or those who don't have it, the concept is very simple. 

You're working in Revit and need to get more information, need to do something in a room, have a note for someone to make a change to the model or you're just getting ready to go to lunch and want to remember where you were in Revit.

The breadcrumb file solves all of these problems and more.  It's a Revit family that you can place on plan, section or elevation and there's a note tag that goes with it.  It's kind of a place holder.  You type your note in the tag such as "Add door here" or "Engineer needs to make duct smaller" or "Remind me to pick a paint color" and there's a schedule that's created so you can see the list of items.  You can even jump from the list to the exact spot on the model.  If you're working in several rooms on different floors, this tool will jump you right to those spots. 

I've gotten some great feedback on it already, so I figured I'd share it with all of you.  I do ask that you subscribe to the blog, if you're not already

Here are the links you'll need.
Please forward this to everyone you know who uses Revit.  I can't believe no one ever thought of this before and that Autodesk doesn't make it a feature of Revit.

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