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Can I manually commit Shared Collections?

I've recently decided to start making use of collections on a project with source control enabled and noticed there are three different types. I decided using shared collections would be a good idea as it does what it says, it's a collection for other participants in project to be able to work with.

Now that's fine and all but what I didn't know is that every time something is added to a shared collection, Unreal will automatically commit the change with little warning. I soon found out that the commit log gets flooded with such commits which is not desirable at all.

Is there a way to turn this behavior off while still being able to commit changes manually to source control for collections? I know there are other collection types but they're not as convenient as shared collections. I just want to turn this auto commit behavior off.

Product Version: UE 4.18
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asked Feb 27 '18 at 03:03 PM in Using UE4

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