Annotating with Project and Shared Parameters

Every element in Revit has a list of parameters that has been assigned to it by default. Some of these parameters, such as Assembly Code and Mark, can be consistent throughout all the elements in Revit. Others, such as Length, Height, and Volume, are specific to element groups that could contain those kinds of parameters. The list of default parameters is available to describe most of what you need, but periodically you will want to add parameters to elements. These new elements, like the default ones, can be tagged and scheduled.

Depending on how you'd like to use a custom parameter, you can add them to your elements in Revit in a few ways:

  • If all you want to do is schedule the new parameter, you ...

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