Since the release of Revit 2023.1 in November 2022, the ‘Revisions on Sheet’ edit button remains available when selecting multiple sheets. This enables the user to shift-select multiple sheets in the Project Browser and add a revision sequence. However, adding a revision to multiple sheets remains problematic for users using Revit 2022 or lower. There are, of course, third-party plug-ins that can assist. However, the workflow below shows how to achieve it with Dynamo.
Adding revisions to multiple sheets with Dynamo
he example uses Revit 2022 and Dynamo 2.12, as if you are using a later version, the workflow can be achieved with out-of-the-box functionality. The first step is to create a revision sequence. This step can be performed with Dynamo, but since it offers no real advantage, it’s best to do this manually by going to View > Sheet Composition > Revisions > Add.