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PERSONAL AND MOBILE VIEWS
Most views, if they are public, have a mobile page enabled automat ically. Unfor t unately, even though
this view was set to be personal, the Mobile section still displays on the Create View page (though
not when editing the view later). Personal views don’t have mobile views.
A D V A N C E D S E T T I N G S
Now that the list is available for data entry, you might want to consider some permission
management. To keep users from intentionally or accidentally messing up other users’ client data,
you might want to limit what list items can be edited by whom. This way, the only data users
can mess up is their own.
To log in as a different user, go to the Account menu, and select Sign In As A Different User. This will
trigger a Log In prompt so you can enter that other user’s credentials. Remember, though, that if
there are web parts or Explorer views displaying folder content, the permissions of the user you are
actually logged in as will take precedence over the SharePoint login. This means you might be able
to view content that the other user cannot. Keep this in mind if you are testing their access.
There are two ways to manage the edit permissions of list items:
Go to Advanced Settings in the List Settings, and select to do Item-Level Permission, such
as allowing only Edit access to users for the list items they created.
Choose to manage the permissions of an item from the Item drop-down menu (which has