Drafting views are blank views with no reference to the model. These views are used to add details that are view-specific and not associated to any particular model element. If you would like to create a detail of a particular location and associate that detail to that view, then use Callout Views. Drafting views are like blank paper, where you can sketch anything without affecting your model. You can also import drafting views of one project to another project to enhance efficiency.
Tip: If you have some details already drafted in CAD, you can import them in the drafting views and use them as part of your project.
Learn about importing a detail drafted in CAD to a drafting view in REVIT and referencing it to the project using callout views in this Video Tutorial – by TRUSS
View filters can be used to create a set of selection or to select elements based on specific rules (based on their parameter values). Once the view filters are created, display of those filtered elements can be controlled by visibility graphics settings.
Learn to create a rule-based view filter with “AND” condition in this video tutorial – by Autodesk.
Learn to create a rule-based view filter with “OR” condition in this video tutorial – by Autodesk.
Learn to create a rule-based “Multicategory” view filter with “OR” condition in this video tutorial – by Autodesk.
Learn to create a rule-based view filter that combines “AND” as well as “OR” conditions in this video tutorial – by Autodesk.