The ability to switch to a mode in which all settings (links) available to administrators are not visible.
In day-to-day work in a “flow” state, all these unnecessary links (apps, buttons, menu items) are very distracting. Excessive cognitive load.
The solution is generally universal and most likely has already been discussed on the forum. A set of pre-configured interface types, with the ability to switch between them.
As an example, how this is implemented in Planfix:
Planfix allows you to customize your interfaces for different users of the system. An interface customized for a specific group or a specific user is called a Workspace. Workspaces make it possible to significantly simplify the use of Planfix, since the user will only see the amount of system functionality that he needs in his work.
Several workspaces may be available to the Planfix user. Switching between them allows you to quickly move from one operating environment to another. This is especially true for managers and those employees who are involved in the work of different departments of the company.