If you are working in a dual-bound model
Note It is possible for multiple people working on a dual-bound project to push files to Central. However, if you are using a source control provider other than Git for the first binding, the most recently pushed files are the ones that are used in Central. In other words, the last person to push "wins." To avoid issues, be sure that you have the most recent version of file changes from all other writers in your local project before you push. You may even want to limit users' permissions
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For this activity, you must have the following permission setting:
For more information about permissions, see Setting User Permissions.
- Open the project in MadCap Flare.
- Get the latest version of the files from your third-party source control provider.
For more information, see the Flare online Help.
- Select View > MadCap Central. The MadCap Central window pane opens.
- If you are not yet logged in, enter the same user name (i.e., email) and password that you use for logging into Central, and click Log In.
In the local toolbar of the MadCap Central window pane, click .
A progress dialog shows you the status of the push. If the changes are pushed successfully, a confirmation will appear.
Note When you are dual-bound using Git/Central
Note For more information about source control tasks and managing dual-bound projects with the various third-party providers, see the Flare online Help.