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Keep track and manage the origin and authoring date of every Autodesk® Revit® element.
By adding some revision information on every element of a given Revit model, Time Stamper allows you to keep track of your model's history. With all the information, you can:
- Keep track of the origin and authoring date of each element in complex project
- Quickly compare two versions of a Revit file and graphically display their differences
- Create view filters for every linked Revit files
- Create a schedule of all linked models, along with their authoring date and origin
- Export the information in IFC, and get them on your favorite project review software.
A propos de cette version
Version 1.2.0, 13/05/2020
Support for Autodesk® Revit® 2021 and 2020 Version.
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any version compatible with revit 2020?
Does it work with links?
Can I have a federated model and ad these Time stamps to the elements?
No, you will have to open every linked models to run Time Stamper
Time Stamper adds functions I've always thought should be fundamental to Revit: particularly a readily accessible time stamp indicating the last time an element was edited from which you can create filtered views for all kinds of purposes. I'll be sure to use it on the next project since I cannot currently do so. The add-on wants to add parameters to every Revit element. But, if you've already got groups in your model that you're not willing to ungroup, you can't use it. This issue is more of a limitation of how Revit handles groups than an oversight/problem with Time Stamper. Revit should ask the user whether to Exclude Grouped Elements from the action. I'm giving Time Stamper 5-stars, even though I haven't been able to test this tool on my projects since I believe it could provide critical features. I am confident that it would work well prior to grouping (i.e. from the project start).