Family tables are another way. You can have different instances of table driven components as well as exclude/include components. Then you add the different instances of the assembly model to your drawing.
From a BOM standpoint: Are you trying to create different views of the same assembly, or are you trying to create slightly different assemblies? In my experience, simplified rep is suited to the former, family tables for the latter.
For showing family table instances, you have to "add model" (i.e., one of your instances) then "set model"the newly added instance. Any view you add after that is of the new instance model. To switch back, just "set model" your original model. In this way you canshow multiple assemblies (or parts, etc.) on a single drawing. They don't even have to be related by family tables.
To add model for WF 2.0: Right click on the drawing field (not in a view) and choose Properties>Drawing Models>Add Model
To set active model for WF 2.0: Right click on the drawing field (not in a view) and choose Properties>Drawing Models>Set Model
For WF2.0: to set active model or active rep you can double-click model or rep description text on the bottom of the screen (beside scale and format description). The drop-down menu is shown so you can simply select the desired model/rep.