- Revit Stock Content (their stuff)
- Office Content (your stuff)
- Project Content (the project's stuff)
- 3rd Party Content (everybody else's stuff)
The workflow is something like this:
- I need something
- I look in our Office Content - find it/use it
- If not, I look in Revit Stock Content - find it/use it
- or search 3rd Party Content
- I'm not satisfied with either - modify it/use it
- I save it in Project Content (our quarantine)
- We review Project Content for promotion to Office Content
You can also consider organizing the content into specific folders (Office Content) so that it becomes more obvious to users what is available/appropriate. You can also consider a product like Kiwi Codes Family Browser.
This application lets you define collections of families into tabs within their user interface. This means the content can be any where you want but the users gain access to only the content you really want/need them to use. Pretty slick!