How do you use multiple category tags in Revit?

How do I use tag by category in Revit?

Tag by Category

  1. Click Annotate tab Tag panel (Tag by Category).
  2. On the Options Bar: To set the orientation of the tag, select Vertical or Horizontal. …
  3. Highlight the element to tag, and click to place the tag. After the tag is placed, it is in edit mode and can be repositioned.

Can multiple parameters exist in a single tag family?

You can apply a multi-category tag to any kind of component, regardless of its category, by applying a filter parameter to a tag.

How do you create a category tag in Revit?

Navigate to the Annotate tab > Tag panel > Tag by Category. Tag the Revit Family with a matching tag (e.g. Generic Model Family = Generic Annotation Tag).



Note: If a TXT file is not loaded, load one by selecting “Yes”.

  1. Select the desired Shared parameter.
  2. Click “OK”.
  3. Then “Add parameter to the label” (green arrow).

Can I tag a group in Revit?

You can tag Assemblies as well as having the entire Assembly views available for you.

What is shared parameter in Revit?

Shared parameters are definitions of parameters that you can add to families or projects. Shared parameter definitions are stored in a file independent of any family file or Revit project; this allows you to access the file from different families or projects.

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How do I create a multi-category tag?

Create a Multi-Category Tag with a Shared Parameter

  1. Click File tab New (Annotation Symbol), select the Multi-Category Tag. …
  2. Click Create tab Text panel (Label).
  3. Click in the drawing area. …
  4. Select one or more parameters in the Category Parameters list, and click (Add parameters to label).
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