Database Editor Released

Database Editor Released

We have been working for over a year on a new application for Revit with the aim of making data editing in Revit much faster. The idea was to combine the features of Revit schedule and an Excel like interface. Bringing an interface like Excel into Revit opens a lot of new functions such as copy and paste to multiple cells, find and replace, and many others. These Excel like workflows are very popular and effective in data editing. We are aware that there are already many applications for Revit to Export and Import from Excel, but that requires additional steps, and the editing happens offline, without instant validation. It also requires obviously to export and re-import that data, what also takes time, as it involces normally selecting filenames. This week we got Database Editor quality assured by Autodesk, and available in the Revit App Store. This is a first step to make it available for all Revit users, and provide them the power of this tool. For us it is an important test. So far, we are getting fantastic feedback, both in terms of positive remarks for what has been done, and some new ideas of new functionalities. We hope that you can also test the Database Editor by downloading it in the download section or in the Revit app store.