Monday, October 15, 2018

What’s Hot in Revit Add-ons for October 2018

Here on Revit Add-ons, with What's Hot, at about the middle of each month, we look back at the preceding month to see which new posts received the most pageviews.

In September 2018, we published 61 posts and received 55,295 pageviews.

Our post about the Autodesk-authored Revit add-ins that are still missing for the 2019 version topped the list for the month at #1. Other Revit Add-ons originated posts that made the list were our outsized roundup of Revit-related add-ins on the Autodesk App Store for July 16 to September 9 at #5, and our "What's Hot" article for September at #8.

Posts about new add-ins that made the list were PF Printer PDF at #2, NameConvention at #3, Grid Manager at #4, Auto Elevation By RoomSpace at #6, CSI Link Plus at #9, and EZ-Iso at #10.

A single update made the list, Master Purger v2.0 at #7.

Here's the list of this month's shortlisted posts, along with the add-in/content originators:
  1. The Revit 2019 Product Enhancements From Autodesk That Are Still Missing in Action (Updated)
  2. PF Printer PDF – Batch Print Directly to PDF from BIM RVT 
  3. NameConvention – Enforce Naming Standards from DIGITTECK
  4. Free Grid Manager from BIM ARSENAL
  5. Super Duper Mega Colossal-Size Roundup – For Jul 16 - Sep 9, 2018, New and Updated Revit Add-ins on the Autodesk App Store
  6. Free HotGear Project - Auto Elevation By RoomSpace: Automatically Create Section Views from HotGear Project
  7. Free Master Purger v2.0 from Hippo BIM
  8. What’s Hot in Revit Add-ons for September 2018
  9. CSI Link Plus from  Parametric Zoo
  10. Ez-ISO – Piping Models to Isometric Drawings from HuenSystem

Thanks and congratulations to all the content originators!


Juan adelqui said...

Hey everyone!

Here's another Revit add-in for October!

Get it for free here:

We've developed it in order to help extract data and provide information in an easy way and to make it simpler to check compliance with your bim standards.

Would like to get some thoughts and feedback, and hope you find it useful!

Tim Grimm said...

Thanks for the heads-up Juan. We'll post about the add-in soon.