Super Schedule

The Super Schedule app is a Dataviewer that shows everything that's been extracted from models.

About Super Schedule

The Super Schedule app is a Dataviewer that shows everything that's been extracted from the Federated Revit Project.

This is useful for browsing content, parameters and values. You can search the project for particular elements or parameters, you can then export to Excel.


Super Schedule is an introductory App that is included with every project in both Eplorer and Explorer+

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How to Set Up Super Schedule

Getting started with Super Schedule is dead easy. Once you've synced your data from the federated Revit Model you'll be see the data in Deep Space.

Trouble Shooting

If you're not seeing the latest data, you may have to click on the "Refresh Dataset" button on the top right of the page.

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Super Schedule Features

The Super Schedule can provide some great insight out the box. Lets check out some of the features.


This is the dashboard landing page and it gives you an overview of the project contents.

  1. Revit Models grouped by Discipline
  2. Number of Model Elements grouped by Discipline
  3. Number of Drawing Sheets grouped by Discipline
  4. List of file names
  5. Corresponding file size visualising relative size comparison
  6. Total Project Size
  7. Summary and distribution of file size
  8. Rooms in models
  9. Views in Revit models
  10. Relative Data Points over time (Revit Sync)


Here we gain insight into how the team is going creating views and views for sheets. It's also important to point out, filters can be applied via the dropdown arrow at the top. (these are cross-page filters).

  1. Number of Revit Drawing Sheets
  2. Distribution by discipline
  3. Views Vs Views on Sheets (this is good to know if you're a BIM Manager)
  4. Number of Views
  5. List of Sheets
  6. List of Views (Note cross filtering allows a user to find out which views are on what sheets and visa versa)
  7. Treemap visual showing distribution of views across models

Model Elements

Dive in and explore the model elements with a Revit file or project.

  1. View model elements via disiplines
  2. Search for something specific or even and Element ID that might be known
  3. Browse Rooms and see the number of elements within a room (Room bounding applies)
  4. Browse elements by Model Category
  5. Large sort table showing typical fields and parameters (can be exported once filtered)
  6. Treemap visual showing distribution of model elements across models

Audit Check

Keen to check out the quality of your models? Audit Check is probaly a good introduction to the Model Audit App. It doesn't tell you everything, but tells you enough to keep your modelling team honest.

  1. Check if a model is Room Defining
  2. Check Worksharing is enabled
  3. Check if a model is Central
  4. Got a Control File? What is the Revit Version set for the project.
  5. Models got too many Links (CAD Links, Revit Links, Decals etc..)
  6. Additional Parameters requireed? (Assembly Codes)
  7. How many Warnings?
  8. How many elements affected by warnings
  9. Category Types
  10. Let AI sort through the warnings and errors in a Decompostion tree visual

Super Schedule Builder

Literally browse all model data and parameters acrross the whole project. This is great for exploring and exporting. (Limited to Model Elements Only)

  1. Browse and filter via model discipline
  2. Search Model Element Parameters
  3. Visualise between Type and Instance Parameters
  4. Add Parameters to the Model Elements Table
  5. Expandable Matrix of Model Elements.
  6. Export Schedule to Excel