I used to work with ArcGIS. There I had geodatabases in which I could store several shapefiles with defined layer styles.
Is there a way to do something similar with QGIS?
The background is: we are a team of 5-10 people, and would like to save all of our spatial data in one database, so that we can use them in different QGIS projects on several workstations, and when someone changes something it will be automatically updated in all projects. Before I started here, we had many different "local" shapes, and sometimes changes would effect other peoples' work without them getting to know the changes.
Also it was quite comfortable that in ArcGIS you could just add a geodatabase to a project and then have dozens of shapes inserted at once, with defined layer styles. At the moment we are saving our shapefiles on a hard disk in our network, and have to add the shapes manually to our projects, but then we have to sort the shapes in different folders and adjust the layer styles manually every time..
Thanks in advance.
Sorry for grammar mistakes, not a native speaker here ;)