As most Revit users probably know, but some developers may have missed, a whole stack of subscription advantage packs for Revit 2012 have been released and are available through the Autodesk subscription center. ADN members also have access to the subscription center by going to the ADN home page and selecting the Autodesk Subscription Center link there.
Even though all of this is "user stuff", some of the tools address workflows you might also be tempted to tackle through programming macros.
For your convenience, here are their summaries, collated by Karl Osti:
Automate the process of reviewing and auditing building information modeling (BIM) projects in Revit Architecture, MEP, or Structure 2012 with the Revit Model Review plug-in:
The Space Naming Utility for Revit MEP 2012 is an intuitive tool that automatically assigns the names and numbers from architectural rooms to Revit MEP spaces. By downloading the Space Naming Utility for Revit MEP 2012, you can eliminate the need to manually assign names to the spaces, helping save time and simplifying your workflow.
Globe Link for Revit 2012 platform products helps users streamline preliminary project planning by enabling them to present conceptual designs in the context of the project site.
With Globe Link, users can publish 3D building information models directly from Revit Architecture, Structure, and MEP 2012 into Google Earth. Users can also acquire site information from Google Earth and import it into Revit 2012 for building and site layout purposes.
Import and export data between a Revit Architecture, Structure, or MEP 2012 project and an external database, and then more easily maintain relationships of linked data with Revit DB Link.
Worksharing Monitor facilitates the use of Revit Architecture, Structure, or MEP 2012 in a worksharing environment, in which multiple people work on one project. For workshared projects, Worksharing Monitor answers questions such as: