Ideate Revit 2022

Ideate updates Revit productivity applications

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New release aligned with Revit 2022 and delivers significant improvements


Ideate Software has enhanced its Revit productivity applications, including multi-language versions and support for Revit 2022.

Ideate Software’s cloud network licensing now works in VDI and most other remote access environments, and the products also support the change from BIM 360 to Autodesk Construction Cloud (ACC).

The new version of Ideate Explorer includes new Ideate Query properties, including Is Orphaned, Is Monitored and more; integration of the Selection Box and Isolate tools for better warnings management; and Revit 2022 element support including multi-rebar annotation, mullion tags and more.

The new version of Ideate Sticky now offers image transparency for improved Word, Excel and PDF layouts; the ability to open the source documents directly from Ideate Sticky; and enhanced multi-select capabilities to ‘easily edit’ all Stickies at once.

The new version of Ideate BIMLink provides the ability to import data without the Element ID; editing support for Family Type Parameters; new data properties for superior Revit health check and quality control processes.

Finally, the new version of IdeateApps includes View Title Alignment Control added to Clone, Align and SheetManager (Revit 2022 only); ViewCreator: Batch Copy Views from Plan to Ceiling or from Area Scheme to Area Scheme; and clone, align and the sheet creation within SheetManager support both model and non-model view alignment methods.

“We are pleased that once again, we updated our software shortly after Autodesk released its newest version of Revit software,” said Glynnis Patterson, director of software development. “In addition to aligning our software with Revit 2022, we made several improvements. One of the most significant changes is the translation of all our products into Chinese (Simplified), French, German, Japanese, and Spanish. Now, users around the world will be even more productive as they use our software in their native languages.”

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