Can Wrye Bash's merge .esp function be used together with Steam Workshop Mod Manager?

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  • Can Wrye Bash's merge .esp function be used together with Steam Workshop Mod Manager? Twilight Sparkle

    I have a ridiculous number of mods active, and I'd like to download more using Steam Workshop (which has better quest mods as compared to Skyrim Nexus). However, I don't know if merging .esps will cause any conflicts with the Steam Workshop mod manager.

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