Free Revit File Version Tool – Download it today!

Remember this post about Steve’s wish?

When you open a Revit file that was last saved in a previous version, would you love it if Revit asked “Do you want to upgrade?” And would you want a “No” button?

If so, the free File Version Reporter from Boost Your BIM is for you!

  1. Check the ‘last saved version’ for a single file
  2. Check the ‘last saved version’ for all files in a folder
  3. Get a notification dialog when starting to upgrade a file from a previous version with a “No” button

Download the free tool at http://gdurl.com/lbnw/download

The tool is free and also a test of the Pay What You Want approach that Laura Handler mentioned recently. You decide how much time this tool saves you, how much aggravation it helps you avoid, and how much it is worth to you. I hope you will love it and you will make a generous contribution. If you don’t like it, don’t pay anything. If this works for everyone, I’ll happily publish some more Revit API tools this way.

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9 thoughts on “Free Revit File Version Tool – Download it today!

  1. This sure beats opening the file in a text editor and scrolling down for the version number with spaces. Does this work for Revit family (.rfa) files as well as project (.rvt) files?

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