How to Manage Different Tiled Views in Revit 2019

Revit 2019 includes a number of innovative new developments and tools including ‘View tabs.’ A feature similar to the one included within AutoCAD, when the user has a number of different drawings open, simultaneously, and the tabs all run across the top of the screen.

Users of previous Revit licenses, have often tiled their views, but when done in the 2019 version there is no obvious way to return working views back to a single one. This is because some of the familiar tools have now disappeared, the standard Windows minimise, maximise and close buttons, a prime example.

During this short video we will demonstrate how you can manage different Revit views when tiled, with some new or different techniques which I hope you find useful.

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