Understanding the multi-user Autodesk® Revit® Architecture workflow is essential to working with a project team simultaneously.
You may be familiar working with other team members in typical CAD software, where the drawing files are structured separately to support a one-user-per-file workflow.
Revit Architecture reinforces a more advanced approach. Because the Revit model is a database, each element inside it can be independently tracked. Revit will track each element and which user (if any) has ownership of that element. Because of this, Revit allows multiple users to work in the same model—saving separate drawings for floor plans, elevations, and sections is no longer required.
In this chapter, you'll learn to: