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Monday, September 1, 2014

Cleanup Files with eTransmit for Revit 2015!

From the Revit Help file...

Common uses for eTransmit for Autodesk Revit 2015:
  • Internal archiving [Enhanced!]
  • Sending deliverables to clients
  • Model exchange between consultants/partners
  • Model cleanup [New!]
  • Sharing models between disciplines
  • Upgrading models

eTransmit for Autodesk Revit 2015: When you transmit a model, you can now select to:
  • include supporting files such as documents and spreadsheets
  • disable worksets
  • delete sheets
  • include only views that are placed on sheets
  • include or exclude types of views such as detail views or sections

These improvements to eTransmit earn the factory their first Revit Add-ons Editor's Choice award.


There's more information available in the Revit Help file.

Credit: Steve Stafford's Revit Op-Ed blog and Luke Johnson's What Revit Wants blog.

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