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Tue, Oct 4, 2005 at 12:36:48 PM | Multiple User Worksets




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We are trying to set up our project so that multiple users can work on it at once. Ideally, we would like to have one user be able to modify everything and have one or two additional users note elevations, plans, etc. Is this possible in Revit? Or can you only set up worksets in regaurds to the master families (walls, doors, etc.)?

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Tue, Oct 4, 2005 at 1:47:45 PM | RE: Multiple User Worksets




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in revit, when workset is turned on, you can have multiple people working in the drawing at the same time. If you don't understand it, I would do the tutorial at It is a full of very thorough, and well put assembled (easy to understand) tutorials. To answer your question directly. Yes that and MUCH MORE is possible.

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Mon, Jan 21, 2008 at 1:57:25 AM | Multiple User Worksets




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I am learning revit and almost finished with Baic level. Now when I look for tutorials on or any other site for advanced learning..they are all paid. At present I am not in a situation to pay and want to learn from net tutorials. Can anyone suggest me any site where I can access tutorials on advanced learning. it will be great help to me. Thank You.

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Mon, Jan 21, 2008 at 9:31:31 AM | Multiple User Worksets



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there's a bunch of free video tutorials on YouTube you can scan for.




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Mon, Jan 21, 2008 at 2:11:39 PM | Multiple User Worksets



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Autodesk just released two new utilities today, one of which can be helpful for monitoring worksharing within a project.  If you have a subscription account I would check it out.  I just finished trying both of the products out, and posted my thoughts to my blog. Check them out.

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Wed, May 14, 2008 at 1:42:54 PM | Multiple User Worksets




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When you enable can set up a ton of worksets. You can have as many people borrow those worksets in any one project. if you drop in a beam and its in a beam borrow that and anything that the analytical line might become associated with. the problem you have is if someone makes a single element that case you cant have another use it until you either grant them permission or if you save to central to check back in that element.

 that goes for model elements but for the most part..tags and text isnt under any workset..unless you are changing and size on a beam and then it does matter..but if you are moving it or adding it then you probably wont have any problems.

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