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  Thursday January 25 2018
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Hello,

I wanted to know if there exists a method to add multiple shared settings all at once in the settings of a project.

Let me explain :
I created a title block with shared parameters (Index, Date etc ....)
When I want to retrieve them from my current project, I must manually add them 1 by 1, define them on the Sheets category and then validate. I have about XNUMX settings.

(Project Parameter -> Add -> Shared Parameter -> Select -> OK -> Choice of category -> OK
And we start again ...)

Is there a simple method or something from Dynamo?

Thank you in advance for your answers

Florentine
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Hello,

This is actually easy to do with dynamo.
You can import the shared settings from a shared settings txt file or even from an excel file.

The easiest way is to have a text file containing only the shared parameters to import and only concerning the "sheet" category.
there are about 3 years
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Hello,

You can quickly transfer info from one project to another (even if it's shared settings).
This requires that your project for which you want to retrieve the information is open.

The manipulation is done from the project in which you want to import the information:
In the "manage" tab, you have the "Transfer project standards" parameter, you click on it.
You select the project from which you want to retrieve the information.
By default, everything you can import from another project is checked, you click on "Do not select anything" then you select "Project info", then ok.

..and voila.

Namely (for a cartouche), there already exist in Revit the parameters which you quoted (Index, Date etc ....).
But it's true that shared parameters are useful for additional information, that's why it's good to integrate them directly into a project template.
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The easiest

-You open in the same Revit transfer the .rvt file containing the title block (with shared parameters) and the .rvt file in which you want to insert it.
-In the tree you will look for your cartridge
-Ctrl + C
-vas in the other project
-Ctrl + V

And There you go ! You copied your cartridge and by the same the shared parameters of this cartridge. (I did not find faster ...;) )
there are about 3 years
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Hello,

Guess you want to use this cartridge and its settings on multiple projects? (in progress or to come) Once you have created the parameters in a project, you can make a nomenclature of your shared parameters, then you insert this nomenclature from your other project and this will create all your parameters with the same categories checked (very useful for parameters with different categories)
there are about 2 years
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The easiest

-You open in the same Revit transfer the .rvt file containing the title block (with shared parameters) and the .rvt file in which you want to insert it.
-In the tree you will look for your cartridge
-Ctrl + C
-vas in the other project
-Ctrl + V

And There you go ! You copied your cartridge and by the same shared parameters of this cartridge. (I did not find faster ...;) )


Hello,
your solution is not viable to transfer shared settings from one project to another.
The ParameterOrganizer add-in available at netspiderstudio.com can be used to manipulate shared parameters.

Sincerely,
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oh yes that's true. :(
suddenly it is necessary once you have brought back your cartridge to go to transfer the standards of the project and to check "infos on the project";)
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Hello,
your solution is not viable to transfer shared settings from one project to another.
The ParameterOrganizer add-in available at netspiderstudio.com can be used to manipulate shared parameters.

Sincerely,

You managed to make me doubt myself ...
Small video that shows the manipulation ...
there are about 2 years
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... and the Ctrl + C Ctrl + V manipulation also works!
there are about 2 years
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Ok for the video, but by pushing the manipulation to the end of the process, the shared parameters are not automatically assigned in the category (ies), subject of the discussion thread.

Thus your title block, which has been the subject of a copy / paste, has indeed integrated shared parameters into the Revit model, but these same parameters have not been assigned to the "project information" or "sheets" category.
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Hello,

I installed the BimOne add-ins manager
https://www.bimone.com/fr/Apps/Info?id=addinmanager
and I downloaded the Case.Subs.SharedParameters application, it allows me to integrate my shared parameters in my new projects and quickly assign them to categories.
there are about 1 year
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Hello,

I installed the BimOne add-ins manager
https://www.bimone.com/fr/Apps/Info?id=addinmanager
and I downloaded the Case.Subs.SharedParameters application, it allows me to integrate my shared parameters in my new projects and quickly assign them to categories.


I just tried this solution.
I think that answers perfectly to the problematic of the subject.
Thank you very much
there are about 9 months
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Hello,

I installed the BimOne add-ins manager
https://www.bimone.com/fr/Apps/Info?id=addinmanager
and I downloaded the Case.Subs.SharedParameters application, it allows me to integrate my shared parameters in my new projects and quickly assign them to categories.


Hello,

Have a new solution for REVIT 2020 and 2021. The plugin is not compatible with these last two.

For yourself
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Hello,

I installed the BimOne add-ins manager
https://www.bimone.com/fr/Apps/Info?id=addinmanager
and I downloaded the Case.Subs.SharedParameters application, it allows me to integrate my shared parameters in my new projects and quickly assign them to categories.


Hello,

Have a new solution for REVIT 2020 and 2021. The plugin is not compatible with these last two.

For yourself



Hello,

In this case, I have good news for you, in the meantime I have discovered the Diroots ParaManager plug-in and it is much more interesting for creating and managing parameters.
https://diroots.com/plugins/paramanager-manage-revit-parameters/

Bonne journée.
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Hello,

I also use DiRoots (the best tool so far): https://diroots.com/plugins/paramanager-manage-revit-parameters/

Otherwise, before, Dynamo programming via DataShapes packages.
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Hello,
I also use DiRoots I recommend it is like Ideate Software but FREE :p :p :p :p
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Hello,

I installed the BimOne add-ins manager
https://www.bimone.com/fr/Apps/Info?id=addinmanager
and I downloaded the Case.Subs.SharedParameters application, it allows me to integrate my shared parameters in my new projects and quickly assign them to categories.


Hello,

Have a new solution for REVIT 2020 and 2021. The plugin is not compatible with these last two.

For yourself



Hello,

In this case, I have good news for you, in the meantime I have discovered the Diroots ParaManager plug-in and it is much more interesting for creating and managing parameters.
https://diroots.com/plugins/paramanager-manage-revit-parameters/

Bonne journée.


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