View Import



View Imports allows users to add views created in another project to the current project, getting you to your trusted inventory more efficiently.

Assemble allows the user to save views in Assemble after adding applicable columns and filters. Saved views in Assemble should be crucial to your workflow.

A saved view can explicitly mandate what is synced back to Revit. An example of using views for this purpose is illustrated at the end of this document.

Also, a saved view can act as a project template for takeoffs and schedules, which in turn can be incorporated into other projects, without having to reinvent the wheel.

From your Project Inventory page, select the Import View button. Scroll through or search for your project containing the view you would like to copy over to your current project, and click Next.

Click the check box next to each from from each model that you would like to import, and then click Next.

Finally, decide where your views should be categorized. From each drop-down option under the model type that your custom view is being retrieved from, select a suitable location for your views with your current project's model types. After matching model destinations, click Import.

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