We hope your 2019 is off to an incredible start.

In our last post, we kicked off our year in review series by exploring our most popular AutoCAD and Civil 3D blogs posts in 2018. Continuing our look back at 2018, today we’re having a look at our most popular Revit posts in 2018.

The team at CADD Microsystems is focused on helping our clients apply their design technology in the best way possible. A key way we achieve that is by sharing information centered around our own application and observations of the software.

Committed to that goal, our team of experts shared over 100 new blog posts in 2018. As frequent readers of our blog know, these posts touched on a myriad of topics, both technical and non-technical in nature.

Continuing our “Best of 2018” series, today we introduce the 10 most popular Revit blog posts from the year:

10 Things You Need to Know About Collaboration for Revit

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Collaborating with geographically dispersed project teams has always been a challenge. An increasingly popular solution to that challenge is BIM 360 Design (formerly Collaboration for Revit). In this post, our team addresses some of the most common questions we receive about its use on projects.

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100 Things Every Revit User Should Know – Part 1

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In this 10-part series, our team shares 100 quick tips every Revit user should know. While veteran users likely know most or the tips, the series explores simple, yet easily overlooked best practices when using Revit.

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Revit and Glass Railings – An Easier Way

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Despite their ubiquity in todays designs, glass railings are a challenging endeavor inside Revit. In this post, our team explores an easier way to conquer the challenge that is glass railings inside Revit.

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Revit Models – Why can I select this, but not that‽

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Worksharing a Revit model imposes several new rules impacting the way you’re able to select objects. This post dissects the different selection options when working with Workshared models.

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The Top Five Reasons Architects Should Upgrade to Revit 2019

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Numerous small but impactful improvements to Revit make the 2019 release one to take notice of, and our team shares its five favorite reasons in this post.

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Revit Overhead and Hidden Lines

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What is the best way to illustrate the hidden line elements like atriums or the edge of a slab? It’s a question several clients have asked of our team, and more importantly a question we answer in this post.

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Where did my linked CAD file go?!

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While most digital project assets are modeled with Revit, CAD files remain an integral part of many projects to this day. Since CAD files usually represent only a small part of projects, teams commonly link them to a single view. But how do you track that CAD file down when you’re otherwise unable to find it? Our team shares an answer in this popular post.

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Top 5 New Features in Revit 2019 for Structural Engineers

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From detailed steel design to freeform rebar shape matching, Revit 2019 introduces many great features for structural engineers. In this post, our team spotlights our five favorite features in the 2019 release for structural engineers.

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Controlling Halftone in Your Revit Model

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Teams frequently use screened elements in their plans to add depth to their design elements. While Revit calls this feature halftone, it doesn’t always have to mean 50%, It could be more or less, and this post shows you how.

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Did your favorite CADD blog post miss the cut, or was there something you wished our team authored a post about but didn’t? Share your feedback in the comments section below as we work to make 2019 an even better year for CADD Microsystems clients like you.

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