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Trimble Connect for Revit 1.80 | Release Note | December 27, 2022 

12-27-2022 03:17

There is a new version of the Trimble Connect for Revit Add-In released today. The version identifier for this release is 1.80. The new version is available for download on the Connect apps store page for Revit versions:

  • Revit 2020
  • Revit 2021
  • Revit 2022
  • Revit 2023

This version update contains improvements and fixes:

  • Trimble Connect for Revit is now available for Revit 2023. Official support for Revit 2019 has ended.
  • After uploading the Revit model for the first time, the Add-in will now save the Trimble Connect Project identifier and Folder ID to the Revit Project Information. Consequent launches of the Add-in will automatically preselect this upload location.

  • The Add-in can now generate .trb models with user-defined property sets, just like the Revit .ifc export. For this, the Add-in uses the same user-defined property set file and method as the Revit .ifc export. Please refer to this Autodesk Knowledge Article for more information.

  • Resolved an issue where the notification system for new releases did not work. Starting from the next release, you’ll again be notified of newly available versions.
  • Resolved multiple cases where the Trimble Connect for Revit Add-in was incompatible with other Revit Add-ins. This would have manifested itself as a “Failed to get Project Information” error.
  • Resolved an issue where it was not possible to perform multiple uploads within a single Revit session.
  • Resolved an issue where it was not possible to upload models after a 1 hour Revit session.
  • Resolved an issue where the Add-in would fetch data from all Trimble Connect pods before even selecting one. The Add-in will now contact the US pod by default and only fetch data from other pods when projects are being accessed.
  • Resolved an issue where the report button in case of an error did not work properly.
  • Resolved an issue where, in specific cases,  the publisher produced excessively large .trb files due to repetitive geometries not being recognized and therefore exported as unique instances.


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