- Importing and Exporting Excel data very easily. Beside being able to use this data in Excel, this provides a bridge to other software like Inventor, Solidworks and more. For example you could export points from a curtain wall in Revit to Inventor or vice versa.
- Automating the placement of Families. Good example is auditorium and stadium seating.
- You can connect parameters from one Family to another. For example connect the floor thickness to the wall top offset.
Because it's hard to learn I would like to provide a few simple (practical?) Dynamo examples. Here's my first...a Dynamo Graph which shows you a way to draw a wall in Revit using Dynamo.