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How does Procore Sync handle conflict files?

 Important
The Procore Sync application will be discontinued on September 30, 2022, after which you will no longer be able to use this application. We will continue to support the application until that date. For additional information, please refer to Procore Sync: End of Support for the Procore Sync Application or reach out to your Procore point of contact for more information.

Background

If multiple users are working in Procore Sync on the same file, this file becomes a conflict file

Answer

If two people are working on the same file and attempt to save, the user who saves last will ultimately have their information displayed as the most up-to-date across Procore. Each time a file is saved, Procore will automatically increment the version by one.

Tip to prevent conflicting file updates

Move the file out of the designated Procore Sync folder when you are updating the file. You might opt to create a folder called, "In Use" to let your team know that the file is currently being updated. Once you're done editing, you might move the file back to its original location. 

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