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Filtering Key Schedules

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DGraham1
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Filtering Key Schedules

Hi all, 

 

I am using key schedules to display generic information such as abbreviation lists, and I'm looking for a way to filter the schedule via an added yes/no parameter to allow project teams to filter out entries that aren't being used in specific project.

 

Is there a way to filter a Key Schedule? Or display only selected entries in a separate schedule?

 

Thanks.

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ToanDN
in reply to: DGraham1

No can't do. Altenately, you can use a noteblock or a keynote legend.
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barthbradley
in reply to: DGraham1

Almost sounds like you are describing filtering a Keynote Legend by Sheet...

 

https://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/revit-products/learn-explore/caas/CloudHelp/cloudhelp/2015/EN...

 

 

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_Vijay
in reply to: DGraham1

Actually, you can filter after your scheduling.

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Mohamed-Nassar
in reply to: DGraham1

this session will help you, it's very useful

https://revitpure.com/blog/6-steps-to-create-efficient-plan-notes-in-revit

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