Use a View List Schedule to Check Your View Settings Quickly

In a project, under the View tab and Schedules drop-down list, you can create a View List schedule to check all the view settings.

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On the Fields tab of the View List Properties dialog, select the fields to be include in the view list. If you want to create user-defined fields, click Add Parameter. By using the Filter, Sorting/Grouping, Formatting, and Appearance tabs, you can simplify the schedule.

Most of fields can modify directly in the schedule. Think about that project where you have hundreds of views, and maybe dozens of floor plans, directly editing fields in the schedule can save you a lot of time of going through each field!

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