In the example shown here, the view displays model elements that need to be synchronized with the central model. Views with the worksharing display mode enabled display a colored border and the name of the applied display mode (Model Updates) as shown here. You can turn off or change the display mode at any time.
Worksharing display modes work with ghost surfaces as well as edit modes. Note that in edit modes, elements such as sketch lines may display according to the color enabled in the worksharing display mode. You can turn the worksharing display mode on or off as needed to avoid confusion with edit modes.
Worksharing display modes can be used with Temporary Hide/Isolate. If you are in both modes, the color of elements is determined by the worksharing display colors and the visibility of the elements is affected by Temporary Hide/Isolate.
You can print drawings with the worksharing display mode turned on or off. When you print a drawing and any worksharing display modes are on, the Print with Worksharing Display dialog lists the views in which these modes are enabled. Specify whether to print the display mode color.