Understanding layers and layer sets and how to use them to streamline your design process, along with Saved Plan Views.
Layers and layersets can help declutter a plan without deleting the information.
Like floor plan view, what displays in 3D views is determined by the active layer set.
Control layer display and properties for all your views with this side window
Each Layer Set contains the same group of layers, all the individual layers created in a plan; and each layer set can show, hide and display those layers uniquely.
One way to show the as-built condition on a remodel project is to create an "As-Built Mask" CAD block of the existing structure and underlay it on the remodel project.
Control object display by creating custom layers and place objects on them.
Use Invisible Walls to create separate areas with room definition.
Turning on the Reference Display allows you to see objects on a floor below or above the one you are working on.
The Saved Plan Views feature allows you to switch Annotation Set, Layer Set and other plan view settings simultaneously. This feature also allows you to have multiple different plan views open of the same plan, making it easier to align items between floors and create iterations.
Annotation Sets allow you to change many defaults at once: Dimensions, Text, Rich Text, Callouts, Markers, CAD and Arrows.
Using Annotation Sets to be Productive in Setting Defaults and Layer Sets