Just Released: Revit 2020.2 Enhancements

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Revit 2020.2 was released on November 18, 2019 and has some nice enhancements that will benefit all disciplines. Below is a quick summary of some of the changes.

Schedule Enhancements

There were a couple of updates to schedules to make working in them easier.

Highlight Active Cell in schedule

The first update: When you click in a cell, Revit now highlights the row, as well as the specific cell.

Revit highlighted row
Highlight schedule cell.

Freeze / Unfreeze headers

The second update: The ability to Freeze and Unfreeze header rows.

Freeze Header Ribbon

Internal Origin

After a long wait, the ability to see the internal origin is finally possible. In addition to seeing the internal origin of the current file, it will also show the origin of any linked files.

Fly Mode

This update adds the ability to “Fly” around the model to the Navigation bar. The 3D view has to be set to Perspective for this to become available.

Fly Mode
Fly Mode Navigation Bar

Dynamo for Revit

Dynamo for Revit is updated to version 2.3. This adds a few new nodes, including element.delete.

Additional Changes

A full list of enhancements can be found here.

Upgrade to Revit 2020 Today

Stay up-to-date with the latest Autodesk software by subscribing to the 2020 versions today! A subscription will save your organization money over time, and give you access to Autodesk’s ongoing stream of innovation, updates to core products, and cloud services. Contact one of our Account Representatives today to learn more.

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