SharePoint administrators can now assign to Users and User Groups all relative permissions at Columns-and Views-level.
Permissions can even be defined using conditions, so that the values of certain fields determine permissions dynamically.
Permissions settings can be imported or exported as XML file for easy management and batch permissions assignment.
SharePoint Column/View Permission provides further protection on list columns and views than the SharePoint Permission system does. Using it, you can safeguard the confidential Column contents from access and edition by unauthorized users.
SharePoint Column/View Permission allows administrators to hide or read-only columns to specified users. So unauthorized users will not see or edit the columns at all.
Use SharePointBoost Column/View Permission to set "Employee ID" and "Manager" Columns as ready only.
Assign View Permission to specified users, full access, hidden or read-only (disable edit View).
Column/View Permission also gives you the ability to disable the ribbon buttons for each View in the list.
Administrator alsocan prevent certain users from creating views in the lists.
Administrators can manage Column access to items in a SharePoint list with conditions, so that the values of other fields in the same list or even fields from other SharePoint lists can determine access rights. Conditions will determine whether an item is fully visible, read-only, or hidden.
Column/View Permission version 3.0 and abovenow supports hiding columns in Alert Me emails.Column/View Permission 3.0 now supports to set default View for the selected users. Once configured, user will visit the specified default View on login.Column/View Permission 3.0 publishes an Application Programming Interface (API) to be compatible with other applications, and is now compatible with SharePointBoost Batch Check Inversion 2.0.
System requirements: SharePoint