Try this link:

Although it doesn’t list 2016 version on the actual download page, after downloading and installing the Space Naming Utility, I discovered that it was actually added to Revit 2016:

As per screenshot above,  the 2016 version of Autodesk Site Designer Extension for Revit is also available.

Pure speculation here, but I expect that some of these other Subscriber addins will be delivered in the same way:

  • Batch Print for Autodesk Revit
  • Autodesk Revit Model Review
  • eTransmit for Autodesk Revit 2016
  • Autodesk Revit DB Link
  • Space Naming Utility
  • Worksharing Monitor for Autodesk Revit
  • Autodesk Vault Add-in For Revit
  • Autodesk BIM 360 Add-in for Autodesk Revit
  • Autodesk Revit Extension for Autodesk Fabrication
  • Advance Steel Revit Extension

There are now 9 apps for Revit 2014 uploaded to Autodesk Exchange that are classed as “Subscriber Benefit Apps”.  These are basically standalone install packages for things that are bundled up in the Revit Extensions package.

You can view the list (and download the packages) here:

Note: you will need to login to your Subscription account, then go to Autodesk Exchange (or use the above link).

This same list is copied from the Revit Extensions feature summary:
o    Wood Walls Framing, Roof Framing, and Roof Trusses extensions are
available now as Timber Framing package
o    Compare Models
o    Grids Generator
o    Civil Structures
o    CIS/2 Import/Export
o    SDNF Import/Export
o    Excel based model generation
o    Frame Generator
o    Composite Design

I don’t know about you, but the two main ‘Advantage Pack’ features seem a little boring to me.
I can certainly see that Revit Server will be useful for large multinational companies, and the environmental analysis for large scale high rise massing.  But surely this is only a percentage of all Subscription users?
Then again, I assume Autodesk have done their research, so perhaps these features were chosen based on the fact that they would make ‘most’ subscription users excited?
What do you think?

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