I’ve brought this up several times with the Fibery team and I do understand the open, transparent vibe behind the design decision to offer all users access to apps by default… but I really do believe a better design choice would be to grant people access to apps, rather than have it granted to every single user by default and then have to manually take access away.
To me, it just makes no sense to start building and testing a new app and have everyone have full access to immediately see and edit the test data and test types and watch it all develop. It’s confusing for them and seems to be a far more unusual preference than a common one.
I would think that far more common would be to spend time building and testing the app in an isolated setting and only once it’s ready, share access to all those who need it.
I personally find it to be quite a burden to have to continually remember and be conscious to turn off access to others when I’m creating multiple apps and building and testing and deleting and installing templates. It’s just disruptive to the process of freely building and testing.
At the very least it seems reasonable to have a system wide setting to toggle that default access preference on or off for an entire workspace.
Would be interested to hear anyone else’s thoughts.