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geekchick
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What’s the best way for someone to use my base? Lots of people will need to use it and add/edit records but they should not see each other’s information. They are individuals and not in the same company or organization.

Can they copy my base and then use it freely? What is the best way to share so they’ll have the base to be able to add, edit, update and delete records?

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Justin_Barrett
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18 - Pluto

Check out this post I wrote the other day while answering a similar question. If you have follow-up questions, let me know.

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Justin_Barrett
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18 - Pluto

Check out this post I wrote the other day while answering a similar question. If you have follow-up questions, let me know.

geekchick
4 - Data Explorer
4 - Data Explorer

Thank you @Justin_Barrett ! This is exactly what I need :slightly_smiling_face:

Glad to know that you got the answer you were seeking! If you would, please mark my comment (the one above, not this one) as the solution to your question. This helps others who may be searching with similar questions. Thanks!

Sure thing! Done @Justin_Barrett.

thalperi
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4 - Data Explorer

I don't know if I should ask this here or if I should start a new topic, but here's my question..

I have many airbase users and I have one app but I want all the airbase users who are using my app to have their own content in some tables while in other tables there's shared content that reveals everyone's content. I am creating an app for users to publish vouchers. So each user should have their own vouchers in their own voucher table but there's also a view through which every user can see every voucher every other user has published to the public view. When one user sees the vouchers of another user, he can ask to consume the voucher at which point the voucher has a new Airbase user ID inserted into the voucher's OwnerID field. The same voucher's CreatorID field remains the same to show who originally created that voucher, but now that the OwnerID belongs to someone else who possibly bought or traded for that voucher, it visibly shows the new owner to any other Airbase user that is using the app and any user can ask to see only the vouchers owned by any other user. Which kind of Airbase features can I use to create this effect where many users are engaged in a P2P decentralized app that allows them to create their own data into their own tables but then the views they use show them the data from other similar tables in bases that belong to other users?