Autodesk released an update to Revit 2015 this month. This update was a little different than others in that it included some the addition of some new features or tweaks to old features (not just stability) and "under-the-hood" improvements.
There has been a bunch of great information and subtle changes noted about the new release. I thought it would be beneficial to summarize them here in a pretty little list.
Update Enhancement List: The following list of Improvements are made in addition to the new functionality described on the Subscription Center download page for Autodesk Revit 2015 Release 2.
Indicates an issue that was reported by a Revit user. Indicates an issue resolved within the Multi-Category Schedules Hotfix for Autodesk Revit 2015 Update Release 3.
Steve Stafford at Revit Op-Ed published a series of posts demonstrating some of the subtle, yet powerful, changes:
I have installed the new Site Tools add-in and have been fooling around with it a little. I hope to post a little review on it in the near future... Let's just say it is a step forward, but maybe not quite there yet...
Lawrence, at Revit Structure blog, published a post highlighting some of the features for structural users.
Harry Mattison (the co-creator with me on SAuBIM) posted about the new release letting you know when you are trying to open a file in a different version.
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