You can create complex permission rules to create a different rule for every user role. You will first need to set up user roles in your app.
Add another permission
Go to the page where you want to add the additional permission rule
Click Manage fields and data
Click + Add permission
For example, in our property app, we have added a permission rule for the Team role and a permission rule for the Client role. The Team role allows read, edit, and create access for the Sales table, while the Client permissions grants only read access. This means users with the Client role will not be able to edit or create anything on the Sales table.
You can have a different rules for different User Roles
You can apply multiple rules to one User Role.
If you edit a rule so the user can't perform a particular action, double-check that you don't have any other rules giving them access. Think of permissions as granting access rather than restricting access. You can test your permissions by Previewing as a user in the app.