Version control and repo management tools are significant for software projects.
The organization is a definite and important part of any software development project. Large-scale projects where hundreds of people might be involved, and there is a lack of coordination or management then this could result in severe delays for a project to complete.
Whenever there is an update, all team members can track the versions, which ensures fewer errors and a step ahead to success. Each member of the team should be able to see the up-to-date status of the tasks, whether they are completed, or modified. Otherwise, there might be a scenario where a work that is finished is being redone, and it would only waste resources and delay a project further. So if a contributor creates a new version, then the notes summary would give details what has been changed or added. In short, it provides a complete modification history. It is vital because, at times, some task might no longer is part of the project. Also, some version control software provides concurrent file editing, branching, merging and tagging.
Version control should be used to ensure that there are no major organizational issues. Apart from teams, individual developers should also use it as it makes easy and keeps a history of modifications. Easier to track and stay organized.