The Autodesk Classification Manager for Revit allows you to assign classification data to the content within your Revit model. Equipping yourself with the knowledge and understanding of various industry solutions is the first step towards successfully organizing and managing data throughout your projects.
See below for some helpful links to industry-standard classification systems.
MasterFormat classification is used to organize project documentation and cost information. It also relates drawing notation to specifications.
UniFormat classification is used to organize construction information in regards to systems or assemblies, and not the materials and methods used to create them.
OmniClass classification assists in organizing project information, materials, and specifications, and can provide structure for electronic databases.
Uniclass2 classification provides a structured method for organizing and classifying building information based upon common characteristics.