In this video, learn how to create the necessary views needed in a view that show the correct phases a component has been created in. By creating the correct necessary views, views can be placed in specific deliverables quickly without having to create new views each time.
- [Instructor] So now that we have created our view list, … and we have now set up our phasing, … it's now time to make our custom views … that we can then apply this information to. … So we're only going to work with two views this time around … because the sky is limitless … when it comes to the type of views … that you're going to have in a project. … So the first one I'm going to focus on, … we're actually going to be doing work off of our Level 2 … for this project. … So I'm going to click on my Level 2 floor plan. … As you can see it's very plain at this moment. … I'm going to go ahead and I'm going to duplicate this view. … And the way I duplicate my view … is I'm going to do a right-click on top of the view … and I'm going to say Duplicate View … and you can decide to either with detailing or without. … The only difference is, room names do not come over … So just a little warning there. … because of the number of phases that I have … I need to have five copies of this view. …
- Creating project timelines
- Creating schedules
- Estimating quantities
- Life-cycle costing
- Using formulas for reporting
- Tips and tricks
- Using templates
- Sharing parameters
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Project Timelines
4. Life-Cycle Costing
5. Tips, Tricks, and Troubleshooting
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Next steps1m 15s
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