Monday, May 22, 2017

The Week that was in Revit and Navisworks Add-ons for May 15-21, 2017

The week of May 15, 2017 was a very busy one on Revit Add-ons as we posted 30 new articles.


From the Autodesk App Store, for Revit add-ins, we posted about Classify, for managing assembly codes, doXenter Transfer, for transferring large files for free, the free OpenMultipleViews, for opening selected views from the Project Browser with one click, and the free Transfer Family Parameters, for copying parameters from one family to others.

Based on our recent poll, this is the first week that we're also covering Navisworks add-ins, and, from the App Store, we posted about the free BIMCAVE Auto Search Set, BIMtrace, for overlaying site photos on models, the free Spools To Search Sets, and Navisworks to OBJ Converter.


From the App Store, for Revit, we posted about BIM Batch Suite version 18.0.2CTC BIM Project Suite version 18.0.2Keynote Manager + version 14.5, the free PCL PartsLab version version 1.4, and workFlow version 6.0.

Also from the App Store, for Navisworks, we posted about 3DPDF Exporter For NavisWorks version 2.5Group Clashes version 1.1, for automatically grouping and sorting clashes in Navisworks Manage, the free Properties+ version 2.1.1, for displaying only desired model object properties, and the free RhinoToNavisworks version 1.1.

For additional App Store updates, please see our latest roundup.

From around the Internet, we posted about the IMAGINiT Clarity Family of Products for Revit 2018.


We published our latest 'What's Hot' article, What's Hot in Revit Add-ons for April 2017.

We posted a poll: Should Revit Add-ons Cover Navisworks Add-ins Too? And a follow-up, Revit Add-ons to Also Cover Navisworks Add-ins.

For free webinars, we posted about one held on May 16, Getting Started with Flux, one held on May 17, MagiCloud Services for Manufacturers, one held on May 19, FormIt Friday! Episode 25: Revit 2018 + Revit Live, and three to be held on May 24, Power Construction's Use of ReviztoOverview of IMAGINiT Clarity, and Xinaps for Revit.


Top of the Pops

Two of our posts spent time in the top spot of our 'Trending Top 10 for the Last 7 Days' list. In order, they were:

Rock Steady

The following post spent the entire week in our top 10 list:

In and Out of Love

The following posts spent most of the week in our top 10 list:

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