Chapter 14

Tags, Schedules, and Keynotes

In this chapter, we will discuss using tags to label building elements in your projects, using schedules to view and examine your project, and using text to annotate it. Tags are 2D symbols with unique properties used to represent each building element. A tag works by pulling parameters from an element. Tags are also dynamic; as the building is updated and values change, the information in the tag is updated automatically.

Schedules provide another view in which you can examine and edit your building project. Schedules list parameters for the elements in your building project. The schedules are dynamic and allow you to make changes to data stored in element parameters, calculate values, or even alter ...

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