In this ArchiCAD training lesson we look at the redlining tools that are built-in to the Markup palette. These markups are useful as a convenient To Do List for oneself or for a staff member or colleague.
One may add simple notes, labels or 2D graphics such as clouds, and group several under a single entry or topic. Each entry can have a threaded discussion (with replies and date stamps) and a status (indicating severity, phasing or progress to date). Entries can be added in any view that you can annotate; 3D views can be marked up using the 3D Document option introduced in ArchiCAD 12.
Overall, the Markup palette offers an intuitive, easy to learn system that can simplify management and eliminate the perennial question “where did I make that note?” as well as “did I correct everything that we talked about?”
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