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Ultimate guide on nested prefab workflows in Unity2019-03-23T07:04:20+00:00

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Ultimate guide on nested prefab workflows in Unity

Learn how to get the most out of nested prefabs in Unity. Build faster and better with advanced prefab workflows.

What are prefabs and nested prefabs?

Learn what prefabs and nested prefabs are and how they work.

Creating Prefabs

Learn how to create prefabs, and how to use them in your project.

Editing Prefabs

Learn how to edit a prefab, what prefab mode is, and how to navigate in prefab mode.

Nesting Prefabs

The core new feature of Unity 2018.3. Learn how to place a prefab inside another prefab, also known as nesting.

Overriding Properties

You probably don’t want all prefabs and nested prefabs to look exactly the same. Learn how to override individual properties so that you can create some variation.

Prefab Variants

Create a permanent variation of a prefab, saved as a separate asset. Learn how to create them, edit them, and how they work.

Expert Workflows

Level up your nested prefabs with the guides in this section. Created to get your skills from intermediate to expert level.

Best Practices

Do’s and Don’ts when creating nested prefabs and organizing your project.

Those secrets you wish you knew before starting your project.

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