If several versions of your app share the same symbol files you create a common symbol store so you don't have to upload them each time. A common symbol store is useful if your application depends on third-party libraries, such as Qt or Boost, where the dll, exe, or pdb files do not change when you rebuild your app.
To create a common symbol store, upload your symbols under a new application name and version. The values you choose for application and version are arbitrary. Once you've uploaded your common symbols, navigate to the Settings page. Under Database > Symbols > Common Symbol Library enter the application and version values you used when you uploaded your common symbols. Click Update to persist your changes.
Common Symbol Library Settings
Please note that these symbols will be used in every crash report, so be mindful that uploading a lot of common symbols could slow down crash processing times.