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In Revit 2015, users now have the ability to create revision clouds using a variety of familiar sketch tools, such as lines, rectangles, and circles. This sketch method allows for greater control over the consistency of cloud arcs due to less clicking and the minimum arch length setting.

In addition to the sketching portion of the revision clouds, editing revision cloud shapes is far simpler task because the arc lengths of cloud segments are longer than the traditional revision clouds. In addition to the enhanced revision cloud drawing tools, users now have the ability to delete Revision sequences within the Sheet Issues and Revisions dialogue box, resulting in a quick removal of unwanted Revisions and their corresponding clouds and tags. Like prior versions of Revit, users can still merge and move revisions as they see fit.

Users now have the ability to delete revisions and specify the minimum arc length for revision clouds.


Users now have the ability to create revision clouds using a variety of familiar sketch tools.


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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.