Friday, March 30, 2012

Project Browser 2013 - New Product Announcement

We are very pleased to announce the imminent arrival of Project Browser for Autodesk Revit 2013.

Project Browser borrows the hugely successful interface from Family Browser and extends that to provide complete Project and Family Management in the one application.

Some of the features include:

1.      Tabs that separate common view types which minimizes the amount of scrolling through Project Browser especially on large projects
2.      Totally customizable fonts, sizes and colors.
3.      Easily add custom folders.  Drag and Drop views into these custom folders. 
4.      Custom folders available for all view types including schedules, legends etc.
5.      Quick Filters to filter the Project Browser by common view parameters, phases and view templates.
6.      Family Browser built into Project Browser.
7.      Powerful search feature to find any View/Family in Project/Family in Library quickly
8.      Query Builder to build custom tabs and quick filters for reuse.  These can be shared between other members of the project team.

From customer user testing we have reports of significant time savings using Kiwi Codes Project Browser.

Actions speak louder than words so please view demonstration video here.

We intend on releasing Project Browser for Revit 2013 in Late April 2012.  Please visit this blog again to get latest details on features and pricing.


  1. LMAO you left just my name in the 3D views. Once again you have given the masses a tool we can't live without. I know some ADESK beta testers who migrated to 2013 while 2013 was still in beta just to use this addin. That speaks for itself.n Let us know when, where, and how much it is. I am sold!!!

  2. PLEASE let me know when this is available!!! Unbelievable!

  3. Freakin' awesome!
    I would have migrated too if I had been beta-testing this.
    Please let me know when this is for sale. Don't bother with the pricetag, this thing is priceless!!!

  4. yes please, i can't wait for this one!

  5. Great piece of work guys. You have given the Revit PB a logical and by the looks of it very usable overhaul which has been long overdue. I saw a rumor post that Kiwi Codes have been bought by ADSK. (Congrats if that is the case) So I really hope that your great improvement to the RPB will be available for subscription customers in the not too distant future, and be an integral part of the Revit UI in future releases.

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    1. Wishfull thinking, but we will work on that ;)

  7. I think perhaps it was an april fool. By David at

    Anyway I will be looking forward to testing your solution when we start implementing Revit 2013.

  8. This looks like it will be an incredible tool. What happens when the Revit file is opened by a team member without the Kiwi Project Browser plug-in? How does the custom folder structure and colors translate to a native Revit machine?

    1. Good question Nick. Kiwi Codes Project Browser works side by side of Revit's Project Browser, but none of the customization in KCPB obviously transfers to Revits Project Browser.

  9. IS this released? Where i can trial version download and testing? Or pushed back?

  10. HI Dnai.

    Yes Project Browser was released to public on May 1st 2012. It can be download as a free trial from our web page at or it is available from the Revit Exchange app store.