While the standard view creation process in Revit works well for the simple production of callouts from overall plan views, most larger projects find they need transitional views – Overall to Partial to Enlarged Area, THEN to details. These additional steps, if done with the OOTB method, tend to rack up automatic callout bubbles that become unreadable – and therefore worthless! – right away. Here’s a revised workflow I recommend instead:
This keeps the overall plans uncluttered, allows for collective management of annotations in a ‘parent’ view, and coordinates cropping of sub-set views.