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March 27, 2019
Autodesk recently uploaded the Revit 2019.2.1 update, bringing new capabilities to help users create, optimize, and connect. The update also resolves the following issues reported in previous versions:
- Resolved an issue that prevented export to .dwg of multiple views/sheets
- Resolved an issue where monitored openings did not update when changes are made to the original object
- Resolved an issue that could cause MEP Fabrication elements to disconnect when reloading a Fabrication configuration
- Improved stability when opening a corrupt cloud model from Revit Home
- Resolved an issue where Revit Home could not show all cloud models when there were more than 200 files in a BIM 360 Document folder
- Resolved an issue that prevented steel fabrication elements from being visible after adding it in a cloud model in BIM 360
- Resolved an issue when using the rollback workflow in a workshared model and the central model contained steel fabrication
- Resolved an issue where Non-workshared models stored in BIM 360 could not be exported to IFC
- Saving a model as a cloud model is now blocked if there are any background tasks in progress at that time
Remember: If you collaborate on projects with other team members (or BIM 360), make sure everyone involved installs this update.
For more information, visit Autodesk Revit 2019.2.1 Hotfix resource. For help downloading the update, please visit the Autodesk Knowledge Network.
Looking to learn more on leveraging Revit within your organization? Learn how Revit and BIM 360 work better together in Revit’s 2019.1 update or contact us with your questions.