Revit: Daylight Analysis

More and more Revit users are aware that they can optimize their building models using integrated analysis tools. One of them is Lighting analysis. The primary goal is that you a can easily evaluate the daylight access in your rooms (although you can also analyze artificial lighting with this technology).

Daylight analysis

One of the new features that has been launched during last months is that the Lighting Analysis will retain ALL results for your model instead of just keeping the last one. Just by accessing the Lighting analysis will pop up a window in which you can access all results:

Lighting analysis results

What I was not aware of (until now) is that you can also manage this list. After selecting one of the results you will get a tiny icon which you can use to rename or delete obsolete results:Lighting analysis manage

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