Autodesk® Revit® allows you to export the contents of a single Schedule View to a tab-delimited text file which can then be opened in a spreadsheet program, such as Microsoft® Excel® [Application Menu > Export > Reports > Schedule]. Handy enough, but what if you have multiple Schedule Views that need to be exported multiple times during the life of a project, as part of a defined information exchange? Individually exporting each Schedule View could quickly become tedious.
Let Dynamo deal with the tedium. A fairly simple graph will export all of the Schedule Views in a project.
Credit for the Python Script belongs to Dimitar Venkov, who posted a script for exporting a single ViewSchedule in this thread in the Dynamo forum.
I modified that script to work with a list of ViewSchedules and a corresponding list of exported file names. A for loop processes each ViewSchedule in turn, and a list of the results is gathered and set as the node output.
Variations on this can be done to export a selected number of ViewSchedules. A simple version is shown below, in which the user has to set up a series of Views nodes, one for each desired ViewSchedule, and then generate a list by passing each one to an input of a List.Create node. A little labor intensive, but if you need to do this multiple times for a given project, you could save a copy with the needed ViewSchedules set up and then run it when new exports are needed
Antony McPhee posted examples using a string filter to export all of the ViewSchedules with a Name starting with a specified string to that same Dynamo forum thread.