Good note here! I'm happy to give you a couple of ideas for what you're looking to do
You can restrict access to screens by hiding them from the navigation bar, and only have the screen accessible to navigate to by clicking a button. You would then set the visibility of the button to only be visible to particular users.
Here's an example of this - I made a "See Project Details" button that checks if the SYS_USER is in a manager column of a table. If they are a manager, the button will be visible to them:
Another idea would be to set up different apps in the same workbook, and share each app with only particular users. An example of this is the Timesheet Template
, which has a manager app and an employee app. If you share
a particular app with certain users (and not the whole workbook), they cannot see the workbook's Table contents or other apps in the workbook.
Hope those ideas help! Let me know if one of those works for you