Advanced permission rules based on field values 🔒

Up until now, you’ve only been able to set record-level permissions based on relationship fields. In other words, you could control which records a user could access as long as the user record had a direct relationship with the relevant collection of records (e.g. a list of properties linked to the user).‍Now, you can build rules based on record field values as well! Plus, you can now write complex rules with and/or branching to set multiple conditions to control record access.‍As an example, you can now build an applicant tracking system where a user can only access applicant records where their manager is the hiring manager and if the application is still in progress based on a single option status field.