Overview of the eVolve Element Filter

eVolve Element Filter

The eVolve Element Filter is a dockable panel, found in the Utilities panel, provides highly customizable and storable rulesets which help users quickly select, isolate, show/hide, halftone, or apply transparency to specific items in a model. This ability not only allows for quick view changes but also tailors evolve and Revit commands to suit the user's needs.

The dockable Element Filter palette

  1. Reset View:  Clears all filters in the current view.
  2. New Filter: Creates a new filter. See Creating an Element Filter.
  3. Modify Filter: Modifies the selected filter.
  4. Duplicate Filter: Creates a copy of the selected filter.
  5. Delete Filter: deletes the selected filter.
  6. Export Filter: Exports the selected filter(s) to a file.
  7. Import Filter(s): Import filter(s) from a file.
  8. Help: Opens the Helpdocs site.
  9. Settings: See the Element Filter Settings section below.

Element Filter Settings

Network Location
  • Browse or type the path of your company's network location in which the Element Filters are stored.
  • By default, rules are stored locally for each user. Setting the network path ensures that everyone is looking at the same ruleset
Options
  • Hotkey for Reset View: Used to define the hotkey to clears all filters in the current view.

eVolve Element Filter Hot Keys

To increase efficiency and productivity, the Element Filter feature includes the ability to assign hotkeys to user-created filters. From the Element Filter palette, enter the desired hotKeys in the HotKey column next to each filter Name. While in a project, type EF to bring up the HotKeys Listener.

Once activated, the HotKey Listener is displayed for about 3 seconds to allow for the desired Element Filter HotKey to be entered and apply its associated filter.

NOTE: the HotKey Listener dialog may be hidden by clicking the Hide this dialog checkbox.
TIP: If not done already, enable the Element Filter hotkey in Revit options. Consider assigning it to EF to easily remember the Element Filter HotKey for activating the HotKey Listener.

Relevant Articles

Creating an Element Filter

Using Element Filters

Using grids in the eVolve software

Data Navigator

Searching in grids - using the Find feature

Save Grid States


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