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Hi Expert,

I create sharepoint list which let employee enter their work skill, I don't want people see each other what they entered, only admin can see it and I don't want create each list for an individual , how I can do it?

thanks in advance.
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Go to the "List Settings" and under "Advanced Settings" you can select "Item level permission" by selecting the option to read and edit only their items.
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