Access plugin lets you control what sections different user roles can reach in the WordPress admin and on the front-end. You can create your own custom roles and choose exactly what administration capabilities they have on the site. When you ask for help or report issues, make sure to tell us the roles that you want to create and the desired capabilities of these roles.
How to best achieve “Read Own” from within Access?
Problem: How can I control the access to Posts of the author only? I want to restrict the users to be able to read only their own posts.
Solution: Read is a setting that applies to all posts (content)
There is no "Read Own" setting in Access.
In order to achieve this you can use HTML conditional as example, by checking if the current logged in user is also the author of the Post: https://toolset.com/documentation/user-guides/conditional-html-output-in-views/
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