As I've mentioned before, Tocci issues DCRs instead of RFIs in many cases.
Up until recently (well, today), we haven't been doing a great job of tracking them. They normally consist of a sheet created in Revit and a list created in Excel. The list is hard to manage unless you're familiar with the project, and it requires duplication of information input.
Going forward, we won't have that problem:
I have created an Generic Object in Revit (made of invisible lines), that uses Shared Parameters (such as Date Issued; Issue Description; Suggested Resolution) to facilitate the documentation of DCRs. Basically, I place the DCR object in a view, drag the view to a sheet and tag the DCR object using a modified Generic Object tag. The tag is based on the Shared Parameters, so the required information automatically populates.
To issue the DCR, I will still have to print the sheet to PDF and then email it to the designer; however, I can log their response in Revit, in the DCR object.
And of course, since the DCR object is a Generic Object, I can schedule it - exporting it to Excel for the list as needed.
I guess it's a little extra work, but it's worth it to have the information coordinated and organized so well!