Help

Views in shared bases

Topic Labels: Collaboration
Solved
Jump to Solution
683 1
cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 
Marcela_Hernand
4 - Data Explorer
4 - Data Explorer

I was wondering if it is possible that if a collaborator filters a list, then the rest of the collaborators do not get their lists filtered when they access the base. Would getting a paid version solve this problem?

1 Solution

Accepted Solutions
ScottWorld
18 - Pluto
18 - Pluto

Welcome to the community, @Marcela_Hernandez!

All views are the same for all collaborators. If someone makes a change to a view, that change is seen by everyone.

If you’d like, you can “lock” a view — which will make it a little bit harder for people to make changes to that view, because they’ll have to click on the “unlock” button before they can change it. And they will be presented with the reason for why you locked it in the first place.

But, the best long-term solution is probably to simply create an additional view. Just create another view for that collaborator, and they can even make it a “personal” view for themselves, which would prevent anyone else from changing it except themselves. They can also choose to make it a “locked” view.

See Solution in Thread

1 Reply 1
ScottWorld
18 - Pluto
18 - Pluto

Welcome to the community, @Marcela_Hernandez!

All views are the same for all collaborators. If someone makes a change to a view, that change is seen by everyone.

If you’d like, you can “lock” a view — which will make it a little bit harder for people to make changes to that view, because they’ll have to click on the “unlock” button before they can change it. And they will be presented with the reason for why you locked it in the first place.

But, the best long-term solution is probably to simply create an additional view. Just create another view for that collaborator, and they can even make it a “personal” view for themselves, which would prevent anyone else from changing it except themselves. They can also choose to make it a “locked” view.