Have you ever needed to collaborate on a Revit project with multiple people? If so, this course, Collaboration in Revit: Worksharing, is perfect for you. First, you'll learn what worksets are, how to set them up, how best to use them, and a number of management utilities to ensure the team can collaborate together effectively. Then, you will learn about the library system of worksets, along with how to enable Worksharing, when to create additional worksets, and how to best use worksets utilities and management strategies. Finally, you'll learn how to detach from central and remove worksets. After watching this course, you'll understand all you need to know to effectively use worksets as part of a larger team.
Software Required: Revit.
A born and raised Utahn, Kory discovered Revit in 2003 and has never looked back. He began working in Architecture right after high school and continued working through his undergrad in Business Management and then took two years to travel and study Architecture in Oxford.
Course Overview Hi, everyone. My name is Kory Cox, and welcome to my course, Collaboration in Revit: Worksharing. I am a senior designer at HDR, Incorporated, where I do design and BIM support in addition to using Revit for teaching and production. This course is designed to help you understand the worksharing functionality of Revit. This set of tools will allow more than one person to simultaneously edit a single design file. We will focus on helping you understand all of the tools that are available to use worksharing most effectively. Some of the major topics that we will cover include enabling worksharing with the creation of worksets within a central model, how and when to synchronize changes back to the central model, the creation of additional worksets, locking certain elements from editing by other users, and removing worksets from a work share file. By the end of this course, you'll know everything you need to enable you and your team to collaborate on a single model. Before beginning the course, you should be familiar with the basics of Revit, including the interface and navigating through the model using the ribbons and the Project Browser. From here, you should feel comfortable diving into documentation with my course on Revit essentials, annotation tools, or project documentation, or various courses on modeling available here on Pluralsight. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn Revit with the Collaboration in Revit: Worksharing course, at Pluralsight.