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Autodesk Revit 2022: What’s New


As every year, the software is updated trying to adapt to the times or, in some cases, changing its skin. The  version of Autodesk Revit 2022 design software offers improved interoperability, increases the production of accurate documents, and offers many other features directly requested by users.

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Autodesk Revit 2022: what’s new

These are some of the new features of the software, indicated by the Autodesk Revit site itself:

  • Interoperability improvements

To link form creation with improved interoperability between Autodesk Revit and tools like Rhino and FormIt Pro.

  • Shared parameters in key schedules

Use shared parameters at key times to orient geometry and control visibility of model elements within the Autodesk Revit family.

  • Improved truss bars modeling and details.

Model faster, with greater precision during positioning and manipulation of rebar elements.

  • Tapered walls

For modeling and editing wall profiles with more control, for both sloped and tapered walls.

  • Native PDF export

For easy file sharing with batch export of Autodesk Revit views and sheets to 2D PDF files with user-defined naming rules.

  • Improved documentation efficiency

Simplify the acquisition and communication of design intent.


The latest version of which is compatible with Python 3 software, introduces automatic node termination, improves node performance, and includes new training resources.

  • Generative Design in Revit 2022

Enhancements in this case include new sample studies, better file management, and simplified tools for Dynamo.

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