Tagging All in Revit 2018

Revit 2018 finally fixes an awkward dialog box.  The ability to quickly add tags to a Revit view through the “Tag All Not Tagged” command has been around a long time, but the dialog box for it has always been a bit klutzy.  In Revit 2018, you can now place a checkmark next to the desired categories to be tagged.  This makes it work like other dialog boxes and I think more user friendly.  While this isn’t a huge new feature with increased productivity or capability, I really like it.

The new Revit 2018 dialog box:

 

The pre-Revit 2018 dialog box:  (MS Window style selection process was used using Shift+Pick and Ctrl+Pick)

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