User Guide > Supervision > Project Management > Splitting Projects

Splitting your Project into two Projects

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Using the Split Storyboard dialog, you can divide your storyboard into two separate projects so that two project collaborators can work on their half of the project simultaneously. Later, you can assemble both halves of the project back into a single project.

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There are two approaches to splitting your project:

IMPORTANT: If you intend to split your project into two new projects, then import the changes made in the two new projects into the original project using the Merge and Replace dialog, it is highly recommended to lock you project's scene and panel numbers before splitting your project. To do this, in the top menu, select Storyboard > Lock Scene and Panel Names.