A phase filter is a rule that you apply to a
view to control the display of elements based on their phase status:
new, existing, demolished, or temporary.
Default Phase Filters
Each Revit Architecture project
contains the following default phase filters:
- Show All. Shows
new elements (using the graphics settings defined for that category
of elements) and existing, demolished, and temporary elements (using
the Graphic Overrides settings for each phase defined using Manage tabManage
- Show Demo + New.
Shows demolished elements and all new elements added to the building
- Show New. Shows
all new elements added to the building model.
- Show Previous + Demo.
Shows existing elements and demolished elements.
- Show Previous + New.
Shows all original elements that were not demolished (Show Previous)
and all new elements added to the building model (+ New).
- Show Previous Phase.
Shows all elements from the previous phase. In the first phase of
a project, existing elements are new to that phase, so applying
the Show Previous Phase filter causes no elements to be displayed.
show all elements from all phases, do not apply a phase filter to
Each view can show one
or more phases of the construction. You can specify different graphic
overrides for each phase status.
- New. Element
was created in the phase of the current view.
- Existing. Element
was created in an earlier phase and continues to exist in the current
Element was created in an earlier phase and demolished in the current
- Temporary. Element
was created and demolished during the current phase.