<p>Using View Filters inside of Revit software will enable you to control both the visibility and graphics of the elements included in the filter. Filters can either be created from a conditional format or from a selection set. Once filters are created, knowing how to assign them in View Templates and how to assign View Templates to views are the keys to creating standardization in your projects. Join me as we discuss both new and old features of View Filters and View Templates to control your graphics and visibility.<br />
- Learn how to create View Filters and View Templates
- Learn how to use a Selection Set to create a View Filter
- Learn how to assign versus apply View Templates to Views
- Learn how to use Temporary View Properties
Mike Massey graduated from Texas A&M University with a degree in architecture. He has 27-plus years of experience working in the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry. Mike specializes in Building Information Modeling (BIM) for architects and MEP (mechanical, electrical, and plumbing) engineers. Mike is an Autodesk Certified Instructor with Professional Certifications in Revit Architecture, Revit MEP (Electrical) and Revit MEP (Mechanical). Mike is a repeat speaker at Autodesk University and won the Top Speaker award at Autodesk University 2016. Mike has also been a contributing author for Autodesk Official Training Courseware.