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Tracking job time spent in Revit projects.

A - answer The shareware utility "Revit Job Time Tracker" for Revit 2012 allows to track net time (sans idle periods) spent on creating and editing of Revit projects.

The total amount of editing time is tracked across the individual Revit sessions and you can summarize, analyze and calculate the logged data in Excel or other spreadsheet tool.

The operation is fully automatic, time data is collected in the background. You can get this type of data from JobTime Tracker:


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11.11.2011    5896x  
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applies to: Revit 2012 ·

See also:
Tip 10201:Inventor is slower opening files in older formats.
Tip 9968:Batch conversion of CAD files from/to the IPT/IAM, STEP, IGES, SAT, Catia... formats
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Tip 8425:Batch print for multiple drawings, multiple printers and copies.
Tip 8135:Tracking job time spent on editing of a DWG drawing.

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