If you tag a floor/slab in Revit the default tag will read the Type Name, but if you need to note each layer within the floor/slab makeup you can't.
Using the Structure Tag tool from GRAITEC PowerPack tab > Annotations > Structure Tag > Add Annotation, then select the floor/slab you need to tag. A tag will be added for each layer of the floor/slab.
The tool also gives you the option to change the spacing between each tag if required.
Interested in watching the tutorial for 'Structure Tag'? Then follow the link to go to our Graitec Advance PowerPack for Autodesk Revit 2016 blog post.
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