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Advanced Forms: Different View for Different Groups

By: david riggins | Comments [0] | Category: General | 3/8/2017

In advanced systems sometimes you need different user levels to have different access to the same data.  For example you might have a Sales Management System that has Sales People and Sales Managers SharePoint security groups.  Sales People might need read only access to contracts and forecasting data but edit access to customer related fields.  Using Infowise Advanced Column Permissions we can use a single list and secure individual fields based on SharePoint security groups.

In this video I walk through an example of how to use Infowise Advanced Column Permissions to secure fields in a single list to provide many different views of the New, Edit and View forms of a single list called Customer.



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