If you follow the Autodesk release cycle at all, you will already know that Revit 2019 was released a couple of weeks ago. And if you haven’t already read about the new features, I would recommend checking out What’s new in Revit 2019. A few of the most notable features are:
- OR filters for View Filters
- Tabbed views and multi-monitor support
- Double-fill patterns
While I am eager to try out these new features, as a landscape architect, there is always an undercurrent of disappointment that accompanies each new Revit release that does not include any improvements for its site tools.
At this point I try to keep my expectations as low as possible, but I was interested to see the Revit Roadmap Update that came with the release of 2019. Of course, Autodesk likes to remind us that these ‘plans are not intended to be a promise or guarantee of future delivery of products[…]’
But down at the bottom, under the Connect category, there is a big hint that the Revit development team…