The worksharing feature is designed to accommodate a variety of ways to group elements within your model. There are few restrictions in how you use worksharing. For example, you can use worksharing to divide a model into one workset for the shell and core and another workset for interior partitions. You can turn worksharing on during any stage of the project, create and remove worksets, or move elements between worksets.
WORKSHARING IN THE PROJECT PROCESS
When you choose to enable the worksharing feature, make sure that the team is aware of the change to the file and that it is planned within the project process.
Revit's worksharing feature is designed to accommodate just about any division of labor you see ...