Are you logged in with your email address in your app? If so, try it again. I think you may be logged out? If you are logged in, try refreshing the App Data page.
And what @dylan.phillipslevine said is definitely useful to understand if a User is an Administrator. Since your the only Administrator – you would be the only User with that value of the boolean being ‘yes’. You can use this to make certain elements visible to only you (using a conditional statement such as 'When Current User’s ‘Administrator (field)’ is yes–> this element is visible". But, I think your objective was to organize/store a Master lists of texts from all Users, for you to view only. Since you are the only one seeing these values, I named the Data Type “Administrator”. The Data Type doesn’t need to be called “Administrator”, it could be called “Search” or anything which helps you know that this Data Type contains all the values of the inputs from your application’s Users. Administrator is just a way of labeling (and perhaps not the most straightforward way). Sorry to be confusing Here is an example:
Let’s say you have a website about cars, and Users can enter their favorite models of specific cars, that you get to see only in four different masters lists of texts. So you could have 4 pages in your app (One page for Teslas, one for Mercedes, one for Volvos and one for Hondas). Each page, contains its own input, submit button, and dropdown which displays the text values associated with that model, which Users have submitted. Instead of something like “Administrator” you could call the new Data Type “Car”, and within that – have 4 fields:
First Field: Models of Teslas, Type: Text, List: Yes
Second Field: Models of Mercedes Type: Text, List: Yes
Third Field: Models of Volvos, Type: Text, List: Yes
Fourth Field: Models of Hondas, Type: Text, List: Yes
So, those master lists can be stored all within the “Car” Data Type – containing the values created by all Users of your application. You get to decide that all values are being added to those lists, and also who gets to see those lists (you can set it so you only you have the ability to view the dropdown, using Dylan’s example – “When Current User’s Administrator is yes’–> this element is visible”.