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I have two user groups. One of them (admini_folder) is a group containing administrators, which has all available permissions. The second group is (Baza_danych_test) is a group that has display only permissions - they can't edit anything. enter image description here

I have different lists in the site content. I would like to create two views in one list - one with all the elements visible for people who are in the administrators group and the other for people from the other group.

I know how to hide records for a "normal" user - in the end the end user will see something like the one shown on the screen below. I used a simple filter for the elements. enter image description here

The admin group should see all the items in the list - as shown in the example screen below. enter image description here

When I create an administrator's view, I create it for myself. How can I share a view with a specific group of people? For example, administrators in "admini_folders" group should see the view created by me. In this view's settings I can't find the assignment of a particular group to this view. How can I do this?

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Currently there is No way to use target Audience in SharePoint Modern List view.

Workaround:

  1. Go to your SharePoint list.
  2. Click on Return to classic SharePoint (You can find it below left side navigation - bottom left corner of the page).
  3. Click on Settings (Gear icon) --> Edit page.
  4. Then Edit Web Part.
  5. In web part properties panel, expand Advanced section.
  6. Inside Target Audiences add your administrators group (admini_folder).
  7. Click OK.
  8. Click on PAGE from top ribbon --> Select Stop Editing.
  9. Click on Exit classic experience (You can find it below left side navigation - bottom left corner of the page).

References:

  1. Check Target web parts to an audience at: How does Audience Targeting in a List / Document Library work?
  2. Check Web Parts topic on Page 4 at: Audience Targeting in SharePoint.

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