It is my very great pleasure to introduce Multiple Drawing Views in Vectorworks.
This feature, made possible by continued enhancements to the Vectorworks Graphics Module (VGM), allows you to split the drawing area into multiple panes with different views, render settings, and class/layer visibility controls per-pane if desired.
Quick sample video showing moving panes and how other panes update automatically when a change is made in any other pane:
To enable multiple drawing views, you can either use a keyboard shortcut, mappable in the Keys section of the workspace editor, or via View > Multiple View Panes > Enable Multiple Views. All changes made in one pane will immediately trigger an update to all other panes.
Objects can be moved from one view pane to another, as long as both views are 3D or both Top/Plan. To create a new pane, right click on the pane title and choose Split Horizontally or Split Vertically.
That pane will be split into two and both panes will start out sharing the same settings. To close one of these panes, right click on the title and choose Close. Panes can be popped out of their home in the drawing area, and relocated on the same screen or to another monitor.
The number of panes you create is completely up to you. If your machine has the graphics horsepower to handle it; you can have as many as you like! (I got to 16 before I gave up trying to break it running on a GTX 980 Ti. )