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If you imported a chapter from one book to another, you have the option of keeping the child chapter synchronized to its parent. This means that if the original author of the parent chapter updates it, any changes to the content will be synchronized to your imported chapter.

This is useful for boiler plate content or imported content that you do not plan to remix.

Screenshot of the chapter synchronization interface.