Create public & private screens
This guide will show you how to add a public and private screen within your application
Quite often an application will have areas with different access levels. For example, if you are creating an applicant tracking system, you may want to create public screens to advertise jobs and collect applications, and you may also want private screens to view and manage those applications.
In this guide, we're going to create a very simple lead generation app, that will publicly collect leads and display them to us within a secure and private interface.

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    Create a new table using the Budibase DB, and upload the following CSV. If you have data, then skip to the next step.
leads - Sheet1.csv
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Leads
    Click manage access
    Change read and write access to Public
    Click on the Design tab
    Click on the screen you would like to make public - in our case: leads/new/row
    In the settings panel, select Public from the Access dropdown
And now we have a public screen. In our case, public users can now access our leads/new/row screen which has our new leads form. They can also complete the form and submit it. The form requires some styling but hopefully, you now understand the concept and how to create screens based on the user's role (public, basic, power, admin).
Once a public user submits their information, we and other private (basic, power, admin) users can view the leads and their details within the private section of our app.
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