Admins can disable users from creating records in a board, by setting a role that prevents a user (with access to a Quabbly board) from creating a record for a specific field. Thus, a user can only view record input for that specific field, but not create it. You can accomplish this by creating a role that includes a subset called Disable create records from the role, but this comes with two steps
💡 If you haven't added a user to your account, click here to add one now. Only a Paid Feature.
Creating a Role
Steps in creating a role:
Go to Settings
Go to settings from your profile avatar at the top right of your profile page and select General.
Click on Roles
Tap on roles on the left-hand side, then tap on create a new role
Select all permissions
Select all permissions you need in a set order
Locate Disable create-record
In particular, locate Create Record from Role
Select Boards and fields
Select the board and specific field(s) from the board
Click on Submit
Then click on the submit button to create the role.
Adding New Users
To add users to the board
Go to the Board
Go to a select board on your account and click on invite user.
Select a user
Select a specific user and then set role created (with Disable user from editing a field) in that board.
💡 With this criteria set, the non-admin user no-longer has access to edit records for a specific field right on the board.