What is the Revit Roadmap?


The Revit Roadmap is a plan from the developers of Revit of when and how new features plan to be added to the new version of Revit. In this blog we’ll look at the various websites and information with regards to this idea.

1. Revit roadmap


The first roadmap was created on October 2016 and the purpose was to create a plan of which feature will be added and when. The roadmap was compiled from various sources. One major source of new features or ‘wishes’ are from the Revit Ideas website.

Once the plan was in place the idea is then to share the plan to the users of Revit via a Revit Roadmap Blog entry.

Revit Ideas forum

The purpose of the Revit Ideas forum is for users of Revit to add an idea that might improve Revit. This new feature gets added to the forum and then other users can vote for this and other ideas. The Ideas that are the most voted for, will then go through a validation process to then be added to the Roadmap.

So, if you have an Idea of something that might improve Revit, go to the website and firstly search for similar ideas. If there are, then go vote for that idea. If the are not a similar ideas create a new idea and get others to vote for your idea.

The Revit Ideas Website url is: http://autodesk.com/revitideas

2. Revit Ideas

Revit Roadmap Site

The website url is part of the Official Revit Blog pages at : https://blogs.autodesk.com/revit/category/roadmap/

3. Roadmap

The Roadmap get released each couple of months with valuable information with regards to future enhancements and new feature plans. Its nicely colour coded and has the features divided per industry and recently also by theme, being “Create”, “Optimize” and “Connect”.

4. Road maps colour coded

The Official Revit Blog

This blog site and entries are managed and added by Autodesk Revit developers or employees.


The site is divided into industry related blogs and the Roadmap is one of the sections.

5. Revit blog


This Revit Roadmap together with the Revit Ideas forum is a great workflow for getting ideas of features together and then letting the users decide which feature they want the most. This user driven features are valuable information to the developers as the features are relevant and they then include the ones that most users want.

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