From the Autodesk App Store, we posted about AS Highlighter, for finding and viewing specific architectural and structural items, the free Create Worksets, for importing workset names from a text file, Megara Multiple Links Adder, Legend | Schedule to Sheets, for copying legends and schedules to multiple sheets in the same locations, Find and Replace Materials, hatch22, an old friend that's new again, for automating the process of creating fill patterns, Link to Excel PowerPack for Revit 2018, and Family Manager PowerPack for Revit 2018, these last two spun off from the previously established GRAITEC PowerPack for Revit.
From the App Store, we posted about Rockit version 2018.0.1, the free BIMobject version 4.1.0, and UNIFI version 2.2, which includes the new UNIFI Connect for accessing high-quality manufacturer content.
For twenty more App Store updates not mentioned here, please see our latest roundup.
We were pleased to announce that Revit Add-ons was named one of the top 15 Revit blogs/websites by Feedspot, coming in at #11.
For the do-it-yourselfers out there, we posted about the free Revit 2018 Visual Studio .NET Add-in Wizards from The Building Coder.
From the world of Dynamo, we posted about the new Bang! package for accessing model warnings.
BIM Track session titled "The BASICS" to be held on May 4, as well as FormIt Friday! Episode 24: What's new in the Spring 2017 release held on April 27, and 2D Overlay Strategies with Revizto to be held on May 3.
Top of the Pops
in our "Trending Top 10 for the Last 7 Days" list, Revit 2018 Product Enhancements from Autodesk held the top spot for the entire week.
only the previously mentioned Revit 2018 Product Enhancements from Autodesk spent the entire week in our top 10 list.
In and Out of Love
The following posts spent most of the week in our top 10 list: