Annotations in Revit are view specific meaning that you will need to duplicate annotations for each view. There are many types of annotations, including the following:
Tags are text labels for elements such as doors, walls, windows, rooms, and several other objects that architects typically need to reference in a set of drawings. These tags typically refer to other schedules or information in other portions of the drawing set and are unique to the view they are inserted within. In Revit, tags are intelligent, bidirectional symbols that report information stored in an object’s properties. You can enter a value directly into the family properties or right into the tag itself.
Once you’ve tagged an element and given the tag a value, the element will retain that value until you remove it. The value lives with the elements within Revit; it is not a property of the tag. This allows you to delete or remove tags without any fear of losing the data entered into the tag. It also…