Hi Colin, thanks for the reponse.
I think I tick those boxes:
When I view the users' app, it works perfectly (the sales report isn't visible):
When they go to their app, they get a 'you don't have permission to view this report'.
If I toggle the eye back to visible, they can see their dashboard content, but can also see the report.
In the 'classic' app I am able to hide the report and they can see their dashboard content.
Any help or advice you can provide would be hugely appreciated, thanks.
Hi @IanMcNamara ,
There are a couple more options in the new experience and that might be part of the issue.
The very first option is that you select the "content" that is available at all in this particular app.
When you select your audience, you set permissions for everybody or just the folks to see what you want them to see (on the right hand side).
BUT, you also can select whether each audience sees any given report/dashboard. That is the little eye symbol.
SO, for a user without permissions, I would go through these steps:
1. Is the content in the app?
2. Is the content available (the little eyeball)?
3. Is the user listed specifically in an Audience or are they in the group if I selected a group?
Hi @collinq - thanks for your help. I have spoken with MicroSoft support who seem to think this is a limitation with the build, which is hugely frustrating. I'm hoping someone will find a way around it, or MicroSoft will do something to solve the issue they have created. I'll let you know of any progress, but in the meanwhile, really appreciate your help, thanks.
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