Excel to Revit Back and forth

Hi everybody,

I was wondering if some of you managed to use Speckle to export several times info from revit to an excel file, that contains also other info (basically other columns manually filled in).

As an example, let’s take a revit door list. Some of the issues are in revit, listed in a schedule. After having exported this schedule to excel, we add some more info and format the excel graphics as well. The challenge is, can Speckle allows me later to export (several times) an updated version of my revit data, to the same excel file ? with the help of a key for example (as would a classical database workflow works).

If it is the case, I would be more than happy to discuss with you guys how you did it, I couldnt manage it myself with the Excel Connector.

Thanks a lot !


Hey @BaudouinNP ,

The closest I’ve seen to this is the Parameter Panther tool developed by Arup during our recent Hackathon.
Have you seen it?

Cc @JdB


hey @teocomi,

Sorry for the late answer.
Yes it looks great indeed :slight_smile:
I would love to test it further!
Is the tool open-source?

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Hey @BaudouinNP ,

Reviving this old topic as we have some updates for you!
We have developed a new feature to improve data exchanges between Revit and Excel; please have a look and let us know what you think!

Full tutorial coming out soon :slight_smile:

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