Trying to navigate your way around a Revit model can be a challenging and time-consuming exercise. Fortunately, Ideate Software tools are on hand to make this easier and more efficient.
When you are searching for a particular value or element within the Ideate Software applications, how you specify the search term can affect the results produced.
In the example below, searching for Block A, the results are finding any level with either Block or A in the name.
The results are not filtered for just Block A
Adding quotation marks will return results that match exactly Block A.
Shown above, the exact search terms are returned.
Further examples are shown below.
To learn more about searching in Ideate Software visit our Help file, Introduction to Ideate Explorer Search.
You can also review this additional blog article on Advanced Tag Text Property Search.
U2 can find what you’re looking for. Happy searching!
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About the Author
Steve Deadman - Customer Success Manager - EMEA
Steve provides support to customers and helps them get a strong return on their software investment. He has a B.Eng (Hons) degree in Mechanical Engineering and various certifications in engineering. Before joining Ideate Software, he worked at several top architectural firm in the United Kingdom where he specialized in the implementation and management of BIM processes and technology. Find Steve on LinkedIn.