There are 2 main aspects of view management that you need to be concerned with what is on in the view and how to find the view in the project browser. Let me show you the importance of only having what worksets you are working on from an example of one of my projects. In this project we had one view that was actually a nightmare to work on. It wasn’t one of the elevations, nor was it a building or wall sections, nor was it any of the plan views; actually it wasn’t even a live view of the model. It was a simple drafting view.triaged the project we discovered that it was so slow because of what was turned on in the view.
Looking at the visibility graphics, all of the worksets were on. All of the different linked or embedded CAD files were on. Once we turned off all of the worksets and the entire multitude of CAD files the view was moving like lightning. What we took from this was that for some reason all of the geometry of the model was actually being refreshed within this view all the time. From correcting this issue, the model manager went into all the views and made sure that only what needed to be on in the view was on. Doing this made moving through the model much quicker.