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Matthew Bibby

Further to Wendy's recommendation, if both developers need to be working on the same project at the same time you are probably best to set up the template for the project, and make two copies of it. Then have developer 1 develop the first half of the module in one file while developer 2 develops the second half in the other file. When both halves are complete, simply import one of the files into the other one, add a few finishing touches and you should be good to go. 


Christie Pollick

Hi, Therese -- As Wendy mentioned, please see this article for additional recommendations on how to Create, Edit, and Publish Articulate Storyline Courses on Your Local Hard Drive. As stated in the article, "Working on a network drive or an external (USB) drive can cause erratic behavior due to latency, such as file corruption, an inability to save changes, and loss of resources."

And with respects to the potential corruption that may result from working on a network drive, please also see this article, as well: Follow These Tips to Reduce Your Risk of Corrupting or Losing Project Files