how to you set up iCloud Document Sharing in mac desktop 2019?

There is no documentation on how to use some of the new features in mac desktop 2019. How do you set up iCloud Document Sharing and use it?

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https://community.intuit.com/articles/1749285-icloud-document-sharing-and-quickbooks-desktop-for-mac...


Short version: Put your company file in an iCloud shared folder (Documents is shared if you have that preference on in iCloud under Apple System Preferences, iCloudDrive is shared, etc).  open your file in QuickBooks.  Use your file.  go to a different Mac on the same iCloud account. Open the file in Quickbooks there.  it should have all the changes from the other Mac (provided you have given it time enough to sync them over iCloud).

Don't try to use both computers at once otherwise you'll get a conflict dialog and will have to choose one computer's changes. 

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