Learn about new and enhanced features in the latest release of Revit.
Learn about building information modeling, the user interface, and more.
Learn how to create a project, manage project files, and import or link information from other sources.
Start designing the model by defining levels, grids, and project location, creating a site plan, and more.
Create the building model by adding architectural elements, structural elements, and MEP systems. Also add design options and custom components (Revit families).
Create, annotate, and refine project documentation to communicate the design intent to team members, consultants, clients, and contractors.
Learn about different ways to work with team members on Revit projects.
Use analysis tools to inform decisions during the design process.
Learn how to sketch and edit elements, set constraints, create parameters, and use other tools of the user interface.
Define settings, use templates to enforce office standards, and manage memory usage.
Follow these best practices to optimize your use of Revit.
Find solutions to common problems, understand warnings and error messages, and learn to use element IDs when troubleshooting problems.
Understand how Revit performs calculations, the assumptions on which analyses are based, and the schema used for export to gbXML.