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    Optimize performance while working on a large model

    We are working on a large model that is lagging because of the size. It is basically a campus where we are linking in various buildings from separate models into a large master plan.

    Is there a way to temporary reduce the size or have a higher performing "working version" of a model so it's not so laggey and slow? I know that we can disable the links, but we need to have the links visible order to position certain elements. It has also been purged. Is there any other way to make it not so slow while working on it?

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    If you have used worksets for, say, internals you can ensure they are not loaded within your master plan. (control through "Manage Links")
    Alex Page
    RevitWorks Ltd
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      So many threads on this... please use the search to read up on all the good, still applicable, advise offered over the years to others enquiring the same.

      My first ports of call, to follow Alex's advise; would be to ensure your linked models are all on dedicated worksets, that your links and hosts all share exact workset names (for push-through loading) and that VG settings in your view templates are all as lean as they can be.

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