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One of our longtime customers recently contacted us about the ability to load an existing link definition, as it used to be available on the primary Ideate BIMLink dialog as a pull-down option. In order to streamline the creation of NEW Ideate BIMLink link definitions, we moved the ability to load links under the NEW button. Once you select on NEW, you have the option to:
- Create a new link by browsing our library of hundreds of delivered link definitions
- Create a new link definition from scratch by using category
- Create a new link definition from an existing Revit schedule within the project
- Create a new link by loading an existing link definition (This button appears under the browse method for creating new links.)
You can find more information about loading link definitions via this Ideate BIMLink Help article.
The Load of a previously saved Ideate BIMLink definition is available under the Browse method for creating NEW Ideate BIMLink link definitions.
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Until next time, happy loading of your Ideate BIMLink data!
This post is part of a series of real questions posed to our Support team and our solutions. View more.
About the Author
Richard W. Taylor, Associate AIA – Technical Evangelist
Richard has more than 30 years of experience working for companies that develop architectural and engineering software solutions, such as Intergraph, Bentley, and Autodesk. He has over 20 years of Revit experience, and he was part of the original development of Revit while at Revit Technology Corporation. He worked for 12 years at Autodesk, where he presented, taught, and worked to improve features in Revit. Richard holds both a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies and Master of Architecture from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. As Technical Evangelist, Richard works with AECO clients worldwide, developing and consulting on BIM solutions. Find Richard on Twitter and LinkedIn.