Groups can be one of the most misunderstood and misued features in Revit. When to use a group, a family or even parts and assemblies? Groupies know that while there is always more than one way to skin a cat, groups can offer a great solution to projects containg "typical" groups of elements (that's why they are called groups!) or to control parts of projects. Even Revit's developers seem to have caught onto this with the functionality of groups having improved in recent releases.
This class will look at best practice workflows for using groups.
* When to use a group versus a family
* Nested groups
* Naming and organising your groups
* What to do about "fix groups" and other group busting errors
* Tagging and scheduling groups
* Creating different group instances (yes it is possible!)