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One of our most popular [feature requests](https://apiary.uservoice.com/forums/120125-general/suggestions/3003895-share-one-api-among-several-users) is **collaboration among multiple users**. We hear you and we're working on it, but it will take time —we want to get the collaboration model right. However, that doesn't mean you can't start collaborating with your colleagues on your API design right away. We [launched our GitHub integration](http://blog.apiary.io/2012/05/21/to-our-wonderful-beta-testers/) a couple months back. Here's how to use it to your advantage!
1. Go to your [Settings page](https://apiary.io/settings) and connect Apiary to any of your GitHub repositories
-2. You can use both public and private repositories, we recommend to use a public one (unless your documentation is hidden from the world):
+2. You can use both public and private repositories, but we recommend that you use a public one (unless your documentation is hidden from the world):
![Github Repos Association](/images/2012-09-13-github-repos.png)
3. Once you connect your GitHub repo, we automatically synchronize your API Blueprint into GitHub.
-4. You can now edit the blueprint on your local computer, push it into GitHub—and your documentation changes instantly. We receive webhooks from GitHub and scan for changes to the API Blueprint.
+4. You can now edit the blueprint on your local computer and push it into GitHub—and your documentation changes instantly. We receive webhooks from GitHub and scan for changes to the API Blueprint.
5. You can cooperatively edit with everybody, and let Git take care of the merging and versioning.
> **Note:** From now on, your repository is the source of authority—any changes you make directly in Apiary will be overwritten during your next push to GitHub

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