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Hi We have for many years worked with "old style" layer referencing from a model file or set of model files into files for each phase of the project. The target files have typically plan and section viewports with annotations and the same data can be presented in different style and resolution depending on each phase's requirements. When Project Sharing was introduced we could reduce the number of files and had less recourse conflicts, but a set of new Project Sharing problems occurred. A lot of the bugs are now solved. The improved publish command is a timesaver when you can produce a complete drawing set with pdfs and dwg's from one file. When Project Sharing was new we tried to share two files in the row, the model file and the construction document file. We had a LOT of trouble. Since then we have only shared the Model file. In one of the current projects we need more people to have access to the construction document file. I wonder if it is a recommended workflow to share two documents in a row, and what happens if two people are updating the reference and committing changes to the same file. anyone here using the same workflow? or is it better to somehow split up the files to give more people access? Kind regards Hans-Olav