But the problem is that the new rule, doesn’t change the “eveyone else” section. The new rule only “works” for the same user. But, the section “everyone else”, is the same. So, I can select only between allow everyone to see, or not to see
I don’t have problems to do the “show function” in the design of the page. Because I can create a text element (of the email), and make a condition of don’t be visible. But, the problem with this is that I’m not making the user email private really.
Hi there, @francochapa01… I’m not trying to muddy the waters here, but the rule you are showing in your screenshot should work. How do I know? I literally just tested it.
If you have User 1, User 2, and User 3, and User 3’s field is set to yes, you want User 1 and User 2 to be able to see User 3’s email, right? If that is the case, then as I said, the rule you are showing should do the trick, and you shouldn’t need to mess with the Everyone else section.
Any chance you have other privacy rules configured that could be getting in the way?
Thank you so much for taking your time to respond.
Yes, I have other privacy rule configured. The other privacy rule is ‘This user is Current User’ and checked ‘view all fields’. So, In the ‘everyone else’ I deschecked the fields not visible for the other users.
Maybe here I have a problem
I just updated my example with those exact settings, and it appears to work. I thought it might be related to not having Find this in searches checked for the showEmail rule, but that doesn’t appear to matter because you are allowing everyone else to find users in searches. Are you sure your data matches with the results you are expecting to see?