You can can restrict users from viewing or editing items in a list by establishing item-level permissions. For example, you can set permissions for the list such that users can view only their own items, or you can set permissions such that users can view all items but edit only their own. When you create a new list, permissions are set so that all users can view and edit all items, regardless of who created them.

You can can restrict users from viewing or editing items in a list by establishing item-level permissions. For example, you can set permissions for the list such that users can view only their own items, or you can set permissions such that users can view all items but edit only their own. When you create a new list, permissions are set so that all users can view and edit all items, regardless of who created them.

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