When working with multiple design alternatives, it can be frustrating to wait for a decision and then have to apply that decision to the progressing documentation. When using traditional CAD software, there are no specialized tools when you are dealing with design options. Fortunately, you get a purpose-built tool within the Revit platform called design options. With this toolset, you can start design alternative(s) at any time and apply the chosen design direction directly to the model—all views, tags, and schedules are coordinated instantly.
This chapter covers the following topics:
Design options terminology
Setting up design options
Editing design options
Applying design options to views and accepting the primary