Maybe you'll find the Navigator Preview useful. Windows >Palettes enable it... and optionally dock it to your Navigator palette or wherever on-screen.
When in axometric mode (non perspective) you'll see this:
Just drag the tiny camera icon around the circle to rotate your model in the 3D window to the desired position. Assuming North is the top of your workspace, then the screenshot shows a view from the south/front.
The two flyout menus (">" buttons) give you more options... e.g., Top view:
When in perspective mode, the Nav Preview has a different appearance and options.
PS The Revit viewcube graphic is certainly attractive and intuitive. So, perhaps if you have a wish for more functionality than the Nav Preview you might wish for improvements to Nav Preview similar to that... in the "Wishes" forum.
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