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In Revit 2015, users now have the ability to sort Family file parameters within each Parameter Group according to their needs. In previous versions of Revit, this feature was unavailable, leaving the user to come up with creative ways of organizing parameters. On more complicated Families, it often was difficult to sort through the parameters that you wanted to edit.

In Revit 2015, while inside the Family Types dialogue box, simply click the Ascending and Descending buttons to organize parameters Alpha-Numerically and/or click on the Move Up and Move Down buttons to move individual parameters to their final locations. Once these families are loaded into a project, their location order will remain intact, making it a lot easier to find the parameters that you want to edit. To see more on Revit Family Parameter Order Adjustments click Here!

 

 

Prior to Revit 2015, users did not have the ability to organize their parameters according to their needs, often leaving the user to come up with creative ways of organizing parameters.

 

 

In Revit 2015, users now have the ability to organize their parameters according to their needs.

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   Sash Kazeminejad
Sash Kazeminejad
AEC Senior Application Specialist

Sash is a registered Architect and LEED Accredited Professional who holds a Master of Architecture from Montana State University. Sash’s experience includes project management, BIM management, and design for architectural firms in California, Montana, and Oregon. In addition to being a Bluebeam Certified Instructor, Sash is an Autodesk Certified Instructor who provides Revit Architecture training and solutions for AECO firms. Find Sash on Twitter.