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Revit 2020 no "Publish Settings" button

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Revit 2020 no "Publish Settings" button



I have a workshared BIM360 project, I'd like to set which 3D views and sheets to publish to BIM360 but I don't have the "Publish Settings" button. 


How do I fix this?


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Same... any answer on this?

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Thank you for the question @wietse.delclef4DDTA!


From your description it sounds like there is a problem with the Cloud Models for Revit 2020 add-in.


Hopefully you've already found a solution for this, but if not (and for others encountering this behavior in the future): This could be caused by interactions with third party add-ins, or by a damaged installation of the cloud model add-in.


I would suggest starting by confirming that the ExportViewSelectorApp.addin exists in the Add-ins folder (C:\ProgramData\Autodesk\Revit\Addins\2020).


If it does, try disabling the other add-ins, using the instructions from the following article: How to disable add-ins for Revit (Make sure to keep the cloud collaboration components from the Notes section.)


If the ExportViewSelectorApp.addin is missing, or disabling other add-ins doesn’t clear the issue, then I would suggest using the info in the following article to reinstalling the cloud add-in: How to reinstall the Revit Cloud Worksharing Add-in


Note: If the ExportViewSelectorApp.addin was accidentally deleted, you could potentially grab a copy of it from another system (be careful about doing this from different builds of Revit 2020). Attaching a copy off this file from my system running Revit 2020.2.3.

Lance Coffey

Technical Support Specialist
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Hello @wietse.delclef4DDTA , I'm checking in to ask if certain posts have helped you with your problem. Please add a post with how you decide to proceed and your results so other Community members may benefit.


Please hit the Accept as Solution button if a post or posts solves your issue or answers your question.


Michael C
Technical Support Specialist
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sign out and then sign in in bim 360 and then check the publish setting.

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