This free whitepaper download will guide you through the process of using worksets for sharing your Revit model with multiple stakeholders.
By Bill Adams (@blads), Redstack
Worksharing refers to the use of worksets to divide a model for the purpose of sharing project work among multiple people. A workset is a customizable collection of building elements that can be used to manage project responsibilities.
By associating various building elements with worksets, the design team has additional control over visibility and element ownership, and several people can collaborate and work within the same file. By default, worksharing is not enabled when you start a project because it is assumed you are in a single‐user environment.
Worksharing is commenced when worksets are enabled and a project file is saved as a central file located on a network drive. This central file becomes the repository where all the design team’s work is saved. Each team member then creates a local copy of the central file on their workstation in which they will work as usual. The local copies of the model remain connected to the central file.
You can initiate worksharing by clicking the Worksets button. It will initially be the only active button on the panel.
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