Copy / Monitor in Revit – Example

Here is a short video briefly demonstrating how the Copy / Monitor function works in Revit 2014. It is a very useful tool to use for multi disciplined projects where worksharing is enabled.

Copy / Monitor allows users to link in other Revit models into their project, and monitor them for any changes which are made to the model, ensuring the latest changes are reflected in their own project.

In this example, I have monitored the grid lines, and for demo purposes, moved a grid line to show how this effects the model that the file is linked in to.

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About Ben Malone

Information Manager for BIM.Technologies in London

3 responses to “Copy / Monitor in Revit – Example”

  1. Ing Arq Jesús RoGuer says :

    Thank you Ben, this option is so useful. I will try it.

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