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I was wondering if it was possible in Joomla! 3.x to have permissions down to individual user level.

Eg: user A can see item X but not user B even if user B is in the same group or have the same access level.

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user A can do something on item X but not user B even if user B is in the same group or have the same access level.

In essence, I am asking if there is a way to separate ACL down to individual user via some kind of programming in php in Joomla! 3.x

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  • Please offer more details about your application, how the items are stored, and any programmical steps you've taken. When we better understand your situation, we can offer more specific advice.
    – mickmackusa
    Oct 11 '18 at 1:31
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    Apr 2 at 20:54
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Without 3rd party extensions, it can't be done in Joomla as long as the 2 users belong to the same group.

But it can be done with 3rd part extensions or some php programming.

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  • did you manage to make this work? If not, do you know an extension to do this please? Oct 10 '18 at 17:10
  • No one asked me to do this work before :) unfortunately I don't know any extension can do this right now, although I can do it from scratch. Oct 10 '18 at 17:26
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you can not do that directly. but will need a 3rd party solution. I have some suggestions:

  1. you can use a subscription extension and put each user in a different subscription plan and mange permission with plans instead of groups.
  2. you can write an extension that can handle different permissions to assign them to users and a plugin which will do what you entered in this component.
  3. and there is a difficult solution , to make a group for each user!! and manage things through normal permissions manager.
  4. there is an extension called "Acl manager" do some of what you need.
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