Smaller projects typically mean smaller design teams (or solo practices) and smaller drawing sets. Smaller practices tend to be less structured, and more often than not the same architect takes care of the entire design process, including the layout phase.
In such cases, the project usually consists of a single file which contains all the drawings that make up the documentation, with the possible exception of a number of external files such as pictures, PDF format tables and descriptions, and standard details.
When using the single-file model, you can build up the structure of your layout book by defining the necessary number of subset folders and adding to them the viewpoints and views set up previously in the project file.
If the placed drawings are defined as automatically updated, the layout book will be continuously in synch with the design work. The activated layout will reflect the latest changes made on the plans, sections and other drawings.