Revit doesn’t have a table tool as an annotation. The workaround is using a Key Schedule. It works well, and you can also place it into a sheet.
However, if you have a lot of data in Excel that you want to input into Revit, this will be an issue. You can’t import the data directly. That’s why we need Dynamo to do it.
In the video below, you will see the step by step instruction to create the Dynamo script to import the data from Excel to Revit.
The finished script would be like below. A simple script, but very powerful!