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Tables is your perfect Autodesk® Revit® companion, an easy and familiar one stop shopping solution to boost your productivity in Revit. Simple, yet powerful!


Tables is a spreadsheet application deeply integrated into Revit - think of it like having the power of Excel inside Revit. It works bidirectional - which means that you can make edits in the spreadsheet and push the values back into Revit - and is 100% compatible with Microsoft Excel. With Tables you can not only create and format beautiful Excel spreadsheets directly from Revit and create templates that you can use for further projects, but you can also edit, structure, manage or compare your Revit projects. You can write information from your xlsx Tables file back into your Revit model and use the same logic for other projects.

Additionally you can use our SmartCreation commands to create levels, views, rooms and sheets with placed views with Tables, there will be even more in the near future so stay tuned!

We also added specific commands for BIM management and coordination tasks to help you stay on top of your data and be more productive. And all of this with the refinements that a modern xlsx-based spreadsheet application can offer you. This makes BIM really fun!

Tables will become your perfect Revit companion! Simple, yet powerful!




  • Create all kinds of Revit schedules and keep them synchronized (data & formatting)
  • Create SmartReports (one Element per worksheet) for easy room-programming and complex MEP or STR calculations
  • Use summary fields for creating simple dashboards
  • Import Revit schedules, Key Schedules & Material take-offs with a few clicks
  • Manage your model, key schedules, sheets and revisions, warnings etc. easily via xlsx spreadsheets and in-place selection dialogs
  • Create unplaced rooms and spaces, levels, level based views and sheets even with placed views
  • Compare your model and visulize the changes
  • Dive deep into the Revit database for model checks and QA
  • Also: Use hundreds of Excel functions directly in Revit via Tables
  • Increase your productivity with the power of Excel
  • The live link between Tables and Revit gives you infinite use cases!


Tables: Spreadsheets inside Revit. And a lot more.


Tables works with Autodesk Revit 2022, 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018 & 2017. English and German as well as French Versions available.

Note: This app uses a custom installer (and not the standard App Store installer).

Informationen zu dieser Version

Version 2022.1.6, 24.08.2021
This is our biggest update yet! We needed to change the internal structure of our format, so new Tables xlsx files can’t be opened in older Tables version prior to Tables 2022.1. Therefore, please make sure your entire team is updated to the latest version. • New Features: ◦ Smart Reports You can now document your model in a new way: one element on one sheet based on a template worksheet. You can use this function for example to automatically create “Roombooks” (model based room programs) but it also can be used for complex calculations for one element per sheet ◦ New Smart Creation Functionality: Spaces Creation With this new feature you can automatically create non placed MEP spaces - just like rooms, with all the preset data you want to add ◦ Grouped Fields Summary fields calculating one value for one cell, good for Smart Reports, great for creating simple dashboards ◦ New Feature Parameter: Element Image on Floor Plan (for Smart Reports only) The “Element Image on Floor Plan” - Feature Parameter will generate an Image of the element based on a floor plan (requires settings in the global settings dialog) ◦ New Feature Parameter: Key Plan Image (for Smart Reports only) The “Key Plan Image” - Feature Parameter will generate an Overview-Image of your entire floor with the specific element highlighted (requires settings in the global settings dialog) ◦ New Feature Parameter “Revisions on Sheet” In a Sheet list you can use our new Feature Parameter “Revisions on Sheet” to manage your revisions manually, just use a right click and select the revisions you want to apply -> big timesaver! ◦ New Special List: Warnings You can now manage and analyse your Revit warnings really easily. You can even add a rating to them to get a clearer overview of them (requires settings in the global settings dialog) ◦ New Special List: Room Boundaries For documenting and checking room programs ◦ New Feature Parameter “VersionGuid” (For Revit 2021+) ◦ New Feature Parameter: ObjectType for our beloved Geeks ◦ New Parameter Source for our MEP friends: We added Host & Host-Type Parameters for insulation-lining based elements ◦ New Parameter Source for Geeks: SuperComponent- and SuperComponentType-Parameters for Nested Families to get the parameters of the main family element ◦ We added the calculation type “Min...Max” ◦ New Advanced Command: “Reload with demo data” Great for creating templates for your team, since now you can deploy them with “dummy” data so your team won’t get confused with old project data ◦ New Command "Add Empty Column" in the Tables Edit dialog You can use empty columns for spacers to structure your schedule ◦ Our Filters now supports string/text comparing ◦ We now support all Microsoft Excel workbook file formats ◦ Et, enfin et surtout, pour nos amis français: Tables est maintenant aussi disponible en français ;) • Changes and Improvements ◦ Contextual ribbon pages: Since we are adding more and more new and cool stuff to Tables, we have cleaned up the interface a bit and added contextual ribbons to simplify the UI ◦ Categories can be changed subsequently Heureka! You can now change the selected categories of your schedule afterwards, add new ones or remove existing ones ◦ Multiple tables per worksheet (great for Smart Reports) ◦ As always: we further improved the formatting, this time the evaluation of border formats ◦ We improved the contextual help, you’ll find links in the tooltips to our support center ◦ We implemented a better logging mechanism. In case of an exception you can easily open, view and share the log file via our global Settings dialog ◦ minor UI changes and workflow improvements • Bugs Fixed: ◦ A lot of housekeeping has been done, as always thanks for your help and feedback.

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  • Excellent! One of the best, if not the best Revit <-> Excel tool out there
    Ryan Lenihan | November 28, 2020

    I've been using planworks for 3 years or so now and it has to be one of the best, if not the best Excel tools out there for Revit.

    Unlike other tools, there is no need to save to an Excel file if you don't want, you can manipulate your data and push it back to Revit without ever really leaving Revit. It has a "delete in revit" tool so that you can quickly audit and delete unwanted information from your model using the filtered data in Planworks. It has a "select in revit" function so you can create complex filtering/selection criteria based on what you have in the Excel window.

    I've tried pretty much all the Excel tools on the market, I used to refer to one of the other well known products as "the Rolls Royce of Excel tools" but tables goes above and beyond in functionality and I haven't used that other Excel tool in about 2.5 years.

    The team at Planworks are super responsive to email when you have a problem and they take on board ideas as well. 

    Highly recommended!

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