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Setting up a military sharepoint, set up a form to allow soldiers to tell us if they have an issue (I.e. pay issue, legal, address change). But I need to hide this information from the other users because it could contain PII.

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Under Advanced Settings, you can select under Read access "Read items that were created by the user." People who should be able to see all replies need Manage List permissions.

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You can filter list view with Created Column By [Me]

In this way the user adding data would be able to see data added by him and will not be able to view data added by others

How can create a view to filter the a list based on the current login user

If you need advanced version for filtering by group you can follow this link

Filtering by a group in a SharePoint Person or Group column

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You can add SharePoint workflow on item addition that would impersonate the item and create Item level permission making your list item more secure.

You can use below reference: SharePoint workflow list item permission

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  • This is sort of true. Other users' data would be hidden, but not secured. Usually that works for me, but with PII I prefer to secure rather than obscure. Using this method still allows me to create personal views where I could see everyone's data; you can disable personal views. I'd be able to get the contents of the entire list using scripting. And I could just guess IDs and add them to the URL string.
    – Erin L
    Feb 14, 2017 at 14:00

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