Wednesday, April 11, 2018

What's New in Revit 2019

It's a teaser blog title. I have no idea what is in Revit 2019, or rather until I read THIS POST.

I'm looking forward to exploring the new features myself once I actually have time to download it.

As for not knowing what was coming like in the past. My access to their review program was screwed up last spring/summer and I haven't been able to log into the site ever since. I had someone looking in to it but their tech support efforts...well suffice it to write I haven't been able to log in. Bummer...

I hope you, dear reader, enjoy the new features in Revit 2019. I, like many of you, will get to experience them with fresh eyes!

Oh, Revit 2018.3 was released the other day too so look out for that update. As always, go slow with installation and rolling it out...make sure your existing projects are in a position to tolerate the potential for some issues before upgrading any projects. I wish you pleasant upgrades.

Double oh, a little birdie told me Paul Aubin and Bill Debevc (okay Bill told me) are going to do a podcast on the new features. Also Paul has a Lynda video on the new features.

4 comments:

Jean-Marc COUFFIN said...

first launch of the 2018.3 update I got 2 errors...
I launched a support case...

this update does change your revit shortcut to ENU on non-english US installs
beware

Anonymous said...

It wasn't smooth for me either. Figured it was because I reinstalled 2017 afterwards. Perhaps not.

-Matt T

Anonymous said...

All of the new features are great improvements, however, I can’t understand why it “save as pdf” or export to pdf can’t be accomplished. This feature is probably the most common needed feature of all. Help me understand why this is impossible to accomplish.

Steve said...

The answer is in the result, they decided it wasn't a priority. Only they can explain how they arrived at that decision. Their Road Map site attempts to explain where they are going.