Make privacy a priority with these tools.
Restrict rows for groups of people based on attributes you set. Create filtered views of a table so people only see what they need to, and nothing they don’t.
Restrict rows and columns for groups of people. You can display the results of a saved SQL question instead of the original table.
Assign attributes manually or take a shortcut and do it programmatically with SSO or SAML for quick setup and easy maintenance.
Apply group attributes with basic or custom sandboxes for people within your company, or interactive embedding for secure multi-tenant analytics.
Give a group access to the SQL editor while restricting the group's access to data based on a specific database role, centralizing permissions on the DB.
Show an edited or truncated version of the data. For example, instead of making email addresses available to everyone, you could just show display names.
Make sure users have an attribute to be grouped on (check out prerequisites for basic sandboxes)
Go to Admin settings > Permissions.
Select the database and table that you want to sandbox.
Find the group that you want to put in the sandbox.
Click on the dropdown under Data access for that group.