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ShawnLJ
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Does anyone know how to create a permissions view in PowerApps so that only users can see their data

This is a little different from this article https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/General-Discussion/Does-anyone-know-how-to-create-a-permissions-...

 

So I created the entire list with all employee data. I was hoping the list could filter based on user name instead of who added data. For example, If I add Jake in the row with his information following on that same row, is there a way that when Jake logs into the list on Sharepoint he will only see his own name that I inputed for him. Same with any employee who logs in. 

 

This would then allow the powerapps to follow suit. When employees go into the powerapp they would only see their data. 

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v-micsh-msft
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Hi @ShawnLJ,

 

If here you mean to filter SharePoint list from the SharePoint side, then you could add a filter policy to create a new View.

For the filter, see:

SharePoint List: Filtering by current user or group

 

But the filtered view can't be used in PowerApps, as PowerApps loaded the actual data.

So if you would like to filter SharePoint list within PowerApps, you may take use of the user() function, for the details, see the following thread:

Filter SharePoint list on Current User

 

Regards,

Michael

Community Support Team _ Michael Shao
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v-micsh-msft
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Hi @ShawnLJ,

 

If here you mean to filter SharePoint list from the SharePoint side, then you could add a filter policy to create a new View.

For the filter, see:

SharePoint List: Filtering by current user or group

 

But the filtered view can't be used in PowerApps, as PowerApps loaded the actual data.

So if you would like to filter SharePoint list within PowerApps, you may take use of the user() function, for the details, see the following thread:

Filter SharePoint list on Current User

 

Regards,

Michael

Community Support Team _ Michael Shao
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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