Thanks Much for the answers!
This really helps.

On Sunday, August 6, 2017 at 6:04:22 AM UTC-5, Min RK wrote:

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> On Fri, Aug 4, 2017 at 5:40 PM, <testb...@gmail.com <javascript:>> wrote:
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>> Hi,
>> Could anyone please clarify on the below? I have installed Ananconda3.7 
>> that comes with JupyterHub.
>>
>> 1. When I login to JupyterHub, I see the notebooks that are in my home 
>> directory. Is this the standard recommended location to store the private 
>> notebooks?
>>
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> Yes, your home directory is a standard place to store your own files.
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>> 2. I'm working with two other users on the same project and using the 
>> same notebook. How can we share the notebook and what is the location to 
>> store the shared notebooks?
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> You can use shared folders with shared permissions. One version of this is 
> to create a shared directory that is group- or world-writable. This is 
> often a directory next to your home, such as `/home/shared`. You can 
> include a symlink to this from your home directory.
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>> 3. If I update a notebook, will other users be able to modify it if it is 
>> in a shared location? If so, how can we merge the content?
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> If you make a shared notebook, anyone with permission to edit that file 
> will be able to change it. If you are using the current Jupyter notebook, 
> you will not see any changes from another user until you re-open the edited 
> notebook. With this model, you **must not** both be editing the file at the 
> same time. It is the same model as any existing text editor for a file on 
> the filesystem - if you and another both open the same file, you won't see 
> each others' edits until you close and re-open the file.
>
> -Min
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>>
>> Thanks in advance!
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