Clarity has always tried to leverage your Revit Sheet Sets, so you could tell it what to Print, Export, etc.
Inside of most Clarity tasks where you pick the views/sheets you want, you'll find a dropdown like this:
And that's nice and all - but isn't it a bit of a pain? Someone has to keep track of all the sheets that are added, and make sure that you've checked the box for them on any of the appropriate sheet sets. Ugh.
Clarity actually has a nice feature that not many users know about: dynamic view/sheet sets. Anyplace where you can put in a sheet set name, you generally can also put in an expression, something like:
- Appears In Sheet List=Yes
- Sheet Issue Date=04/16/2016
It works with any view or sheet parameter, and a corresponding value. If you have the latest-and-greatest task server upgrades for Clarity 2017.0, we even support wildcards, like:
- Sheet Number=A-*
There's even some built-in tricks, like doing a dynamic sheet set specifically based on the Revit Revision that sheets are associated with (this is not a parameter, this is using the API to find the sheets associated with a given revision number):
- Revision Number=6
So there you have it. You can do your Sheet Sets dynamically, rather than having to keep a separate checklist. One less thing to worry about!