9 Tips to Master Revit Schedules

Schedules are spreadsheets connected to your model. If you modify an element in the model, it will be updated in the schedule and the other way around.

As awesome and useful as schedules are, Autodesk made them quite complicated to use. The menus and interface are labyrinths.

The goal of this post is to make schedules simple. Follow these tips and experiment. You might become a Schedules grand master.



When creating a schedule, you have to choose one of these schedule types:

Most common schedule type, this is used to list and quantify all elements. Here is a wall schedule sorted by level, listing type and area.

Sheet lists are usually placed on the front page, while view lists are usually used internally to control the…
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