Features 22 Title

February 13, 2019

New release: Advanced view in model behaviors

BIM Track’s view in model feature might seem like a simple tool, but it’s one that will save you an average of 2 minutes per issue opened. We know your workflow efficiency depends on it, so the main focus of this release is to give you more cross-platform, view in model options.

View what you want, instantly

In this release, you gain more control over the view camera and view state and can modify its’ behavior in Revit, Navisworks, Tekla, and AutoCAD.

We’ve also given you smarter view in model options. Now you can isolate chosen elements and create section boxes around them in an automated fashion. Instead of staying in traditional perspectives, you can choose to view issues in Orthographic mode. All this ensures your teams work efficiently, and with increased clarity. Not sure how these new changes work? Read our help center article to help get you started the right way.

And a few usability enhancements for sheet viewing too

With advanced sheet viewing options, you have more tools at your fingertips to tailor your viewing preferences; for example, being able to filter issues on a sheet so that only issues on that particular sheet are displayed, and many more adjustments.

If you're not yet a BIM Track user, you can get started right away with unlimited projects and models (we only limit you to 50 issues).

Mastering views in Revit for ultimate issue visibility

We’d like to share our best practices so that your BIM Track issues are clearly displayed in Revit. In this article, we will explore the different Revit views and the helpfulness of Revit view templates to see critical issues that could be hidden by certain elements.

BIM Track & Navisworks: 5 tips for better coordination

The ability to comment on and resolve your clashes straight in Navisworks, using BIM Track, takes BIM coordination to the next level. If you’re new to BIM Track, check out what's possible with the popular clash detection software and BIM Track with our pro tips from the team. If you’re an existing user, you might learn something new. Are you a BIM Track & Navisworks pro?