Glide can filter data based on the current user. It does this by matching the email address the user signed in with, against a column of email addresses in your sheet. This allows you to show the user only the rows that contain their email.
For example, suppose you have a table of hobbies:
By default, all users of your app see the same list:
However, you can
Filter this list so that users will only see their hobbies—hobbies with their email address in the
To use email filtering, your app needs to have Public with email or Email whitelist as its privacy setting. You can find this in the Settings area of Glide.
After you've set this up, head to the features tab and add a new filter which filters only rows where the email column has the email of the signed in user.
Once you've applied this filter you can use the
Preview as setting on the left hand side of Glide to preview your app as each different user will see it. Just put their email in the box and you'll see exactly what they'll see
Now John, Sarah, and Jules all see different hobbies when they use the app: