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How to compare changes between two versions of a Revit BIM project?

A - answer One of the functions of the cloud application Autodesk BIM 360 Team is comparing differences between two versions of a project (RVT). Choose a document with more versions and under the version number field pick the function "Compare versions".

This function lists and highlights (in color) all added, removed and changed objects in bothe versions of the project. In the sample: version 2 contains a moved table (highlighted), slightly moved cabrio in the garage, added a partition wall, deleted tree/shrub.

Version Diference

You can display numerical and parametrical details of the changes performed:

List of all changes can be exported to a CSV file for Excel.

See also a sample video:

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applies to: Revit · BIM360 · BIM360/Fusion Team ·

See also:
Tip 11600:How to rename a project in BIM 360 or Fusion Team?
Tip 10923:Which Autodesk products do support the IFC format?
Tip 10308:A360 Team: What happens with my project data after expiration of my account? (not renewing)

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