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We use ShareFile for document exchange. It has quite a robust access control management. You can set up a folder structure similar to Windows and assign varying access permissions by folder to different people. Notifications can be automatic and are real-time.
We have also started using Bluebeam's drawing sets in their Studio feature. It makes it very easy to dynamically share full sets of drawings, keeping sheets current with the latest revisions while retaining the history of previous iterations. Studio provides different types of notifications. I suspect it does what you're looking for, but I haven't done enough with it yet to know that for certain.
Two more suggestion I would make is Plangrid (https://www.plangrid.com/) or A360 Drive from Autodesk (https://a360.autodesk.com/drive/).
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The only problem with Connect is that they don't keep their Revit Add-Ins up to date. They still haven't released one for 2018!