The power of Revit to create coordinated drawings with 3d models doesn’t stop there! As architects, technologists, designers, engineers we have all had to notate drawings, revise the notations and sometimes miss a note to update. With multi-category tags, this is all solved. Take a wall finish for a planning drawing as an example.
This workflow will pull in the information entered with Type Properties of the wall under Description (see above).
Open an elevation or preferred view that you wish to tag. Select the Multi-Category Tag as above.
Select Load Tags to choose “Type Description”
Once your tag is loaded, hover the tag over your wall and you will see the “Description” appear.
Drag the note as you want it to appear in clear space or so that it is readable. This same process can be applied to any view type, including 3D views (must be a locked orientation). As you can see in the example below the same tag works on window “Type Description”
And the best thing, if the note updates in your type properties, then so will every other note. Enter the information once and it is reused throughout your project, including schedules which I will cover in another post.