User-specific Permissions

In this section you will learn about user-specific permissions

The User and Team properties are useful for the scopes feature: they allow you to group users (not teams) and control the data they can see.

User & Team Properties

To create a property for a Team or User, you need to go into the settings for the specific Team or User in your application. Follow the steps:

  1. Click on the Profile

  2. Go to the Users and Teams tab

  3. Go to the Users Tab

  4. Select the User you want to edit

  5. Fill in the Department Section for that user

To add a property for the user, let's do a simple example of adding Status to the users. To build the example, follow the steps:

  1. Click on the Add Property icon

  2. Choose the Data Type of the Property

  3. Choose Select

  4. Rename the property to Status

  5. Add values for the Labels: Active and Not Active

  6. Click on the Create button

Note that it is important to create User & Team Properties with the same key value so that you can refer to this property via formulas for all properties at once.

Hiding components based on User/Team Properties

Now let's look at an example of hiding a component depending on User & Team Properties and implement the condition of hiding a component if User Property has a read-only value.

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Separating data for users

See here how to use this functionality in the Customer Portal to separate data for users.

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